|Barked: Thu Dec 13, '12 7:37am PST |
|Don't allow them free access. When they're inside, they are tethered to you or crated, or put in an x-pen. Don't allow them to continue to practice this behavior.
Clean everything with an enzyme cleaner, as has been suggested multiple times.
Look for the signs that tell you the dog is about to mark. For a lot of dogs, those signs often include, but are certainly not limited to, sniffing, lining their body up to be horizontal to the object they're going to pee on, and, of course, lifting the leg. When you see any of those signs, immediately interrupt and bring the dog out.
Reward when the dog makes the correct choice to mark outdoors.
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