MY PUPPY KEEPS PEEING ON MY BED HOW DO I STOP HIM
I GOT A NEW PIT BULL PUPPY JUST STARTED PEEING ON MY BED ALL OF A SUDDEN, IVE TRYED KEEPING OF THE BED AND HE JUST WAITS TILL IM NOT PAYING ATTENTION AND DOES IT
on Nov 3rd 2009
in House Soiling
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Until your puppy is fully housebroken you have to pay attention all of the time. If he pees where he shouldn’t it is your fault, not his.
Leash him to you; put him in a crate if you will be busy. Every time he goes potty outside, praise and pet. Take him out often; a young puppy doesn’t have much bladder control.
If you see him circling, starting to squat or catch him having an accident, say NO and rush him out the door. Praise when he finishes outside. Eventually he will get the idea and only do his business outside. Never punish, rub his nose in the mess or swat the puppy. He won't understand and it may frighten him.
Fritz answered on 11/4/09. Helpful? / 1
surely you must be smarter than the pup,if not get rid of him BEFORE he gets big enough to keep YOU off the bed.Plainly,he does NOT respect your"turf" think about it decide,do you really want a dog to ALWAYS pee on your bed?You can love your dog,it doesn't mesn you must put up with his display of contempt for you,Be sure he's not having seizures when he pees your bed, that it is actually an intentional act. Restrict him by keeping OUT of your bedroom and apply some discipline or he'll be peeing on your couch and chair next.Maybe you too.He needs to know you CAN enforce the rules, and keep him from doing as he pleases. Otherwise he'll just be another pitbull at the shelter waiting his turn.
I have a farm,too often I see the results of what happens when a dog is allowed to grow to adulthood with no comeuppance,they are dropped off here in the country.Lots are shot because they attack other animals,stock and pets, and run deer.What would you do if your kids was peeing on your bed?
puppies take a long time to train.
After play time take the pup out.
I take the dog out when a baby every 1/2 hr. then it increases in time as they get a few months old.
use a crate for the time you don't have your eyes on him every second
Dieta answered on 11/4/09. Helpful? / 1