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Old 02-26-2017, 08:42 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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So my pup is 8 months old and we got him a week ago, the first few days he wasn't too bad but now he seems to be marking in the house. He goes in his crate no problem, and won't pee or poo all night, but randomly he'll pee on the couch infront of us, and I've even caught him lifting his leg to pee on or in his crate. I'm curious if anyone's had any experience with this as well. Once we get him neutered will this help? Also, does anyone have any tips on how to tell him "NO" when he goes inside? Thanks!


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Old 02-27-2017, 02:36 PM   #2 (permalink)
 
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Your pup is in a new home and is trying to emotionally adjust. His bladder muscles may still be developing
and so may need to be let out a little more often. Never let him out of the crate without taking him outside.
He will definately pee somewhere in the house since he is not trained yet to go outside. This brings me to my next point.

You need to make a consious effort to put your dog on a schedule for bathroom
breaks, eating and exercise. Always take your dog out as soon as he wakes up in the
morning, after he eats, and when he comes out of the crate and before he goes to
bed. A good walk for bathroom break and exercise will make him feel better and keep
him calmer. Let us know how it is going. In the meantime read
STICKY: New dog - two week shutdown
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Old 02-27-2017, 04:31 PM   #3 (permalink)
 
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Okay thankyou very much! We're not mad at the peeing in the house, he's come so far in a week already! No problems with going in his crate, he doesn't bark, and he's already built the confidence to go up AND DOWN the stairs. Were amazed at how well he's been adjusting.


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Glad to hear it. Just stay constant on taking him outside and that should help.
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It took us a bit to get bear to stop p a,d poo in the house. Lots of no and bad dog when he goes in the house n he goes in the crate for a bit. When we go outside and he does his business I say good boy you go pp or poo which ever. He then learns the words. It has taken weeks but he now doesn't go inside much. He also would p in front of me then go to the door. I think I was not recognizing his needing to go . good luck

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Awesome thanks for the tips!


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