My 5 year old dog is suddenly peeing in the house. Help me figure out why (possible side effect of medication?). [more inside]
posted by Hey Judas!
on Aug 13, 2012 -
We have a neutered 15 month Irish Terrier. Very well trained and walked etc, a very content little fellow. I (the Dad in the family) take him on most walks and fun/training stuff. Today as my wife walked him, while stopped at a street corner waiting to cross, he quietly cocked a leg and peed on her leg! I've seen non-neutered dogs at the park do this but never our dog. He listens to both of us but I have most interaction with him. What does this behavior mean? What do you think is going on his head?
posted by jdcasey
on Jun 28, 2012 -
My puppy has gamed a way for me to spend an extra 5 minutes with him in the morning. By peeing on the floor. [more inside]
posted by phunniemee
on Jun 27, 2012 -
How do I get my puppy to stop peeing in excitement whenever she sees me upon my return? [more inside]
posted by violetk
on Jun 10, 2012 -
We adopted a dog this morning and he still hadn't peed. How concerned should we be? New dog owners need reassurance! :) [more inside]
posted by rossination
on Aug 6, 2011 -
Our prima donna of a puggle won't pee in the rain. Help us before I squeeze it out of her. [more inside]
posted by griphus
on Jul 25, 2011 -
Locked in a battle of wills with my dog over when and where she's gonna pee. I think she's actually holding it in on purpose! How bad is this? Should I just give in, or hold out?? also general advice on what i'm trying to train her to do would be helpful. [more inside]
posted by lblair
on Oct 22, 2010 -
We had a new grass lawn put in at the start of the year. Before long, it had developed yellow spots: pic 1
, pic 2
has been brought in for questioning. She did not confess, only licking the detective on advise of counsel.
1) Is she likely the real culprit?
2) What remedies are available? If it is her, I'd like to note that the whole point of the lawn was so that she could do her business out there. We'll get her a potty pad and encourage her not to go on the grass, but I'm doubtful that she'll always go where we want. [more inside]
posted by jewzilla
on Aug 1, 2010 -
How can I keep a healthy, adult male doberman from peeing in his crate 2+ times a day? I'm at my wits end! [more inside]
posted by tryniti
on Apr 12, 2010 -
Petfliter: How do I get a dog that was potty trained to be potty trained again? [more inside]
posted by defmute
on Aug 27, 2009 -
My dog has a hard time peeing. I've had a specialist diagnose the cause and they tell me that "they've never seen it before" and "cannot find anything in any journals/literature that reference it". I'd like to explain it to see if any Mefites have any experience or knowledge of the situation ... [more inside]
posted by Dave.
on Jun 8, 2009 -
Yellow snow etiquette? It's my dog's first winter in a snowy clime. I always scoop poop, of course, but what is the etiquette for cleaning up the yellow snow? I usually try to cover it up with a little fresh snow, but it still seems gross to me.
posted by lalalana
on Jan 13, 2009 -
My girl lifts her leg to pee sometimes, she also "marks". Does we haz a problem? My inclination is "no" ... but my vet seems unsettled about it. [more inside]
posted by taz
on Nov 26, 2008 -
I've read related posts on AskMeFi several times, as I've dealt with this before. I know there's something I'm missing. My dog pees in the house, albeit infrequently...except when she's peed in the house recently. I clean up the spots using Nature's Miracle (now Petastic). I do things to discourage her from peeing again near that area (blocking it off, putting her food nearby, etc.). She pees again in close proximity, but not at exactly the same spot. So, what do I do? [more inside]
posted by anarchivist
on Nov 24, 2008 -
How do I get my 4 year old Jack Rusell to stop peeing on things? He IS potty trained, and neutered, but still seems to be "marking" furniture and corners all over my apartment, and I NEVER catch him in the act. I've heard this is an issue that is more common in Jack Russells. Is there anything I can do to deter this so he won't pee on my new couch? [more inside]
posted by veronicacorningstone
on Aug 27, 2008 -
My 4 year old dog, who hasn't had a peeing-in-the-house problem for at least 3 years, has been peeing my roommate's room. We all moved into this apartment about a month and half ago. We have hardwood floors, which were cleaned with enzyme cleaner after each incident. He's picked different spots to wizz on, but always in her room. We plan to keep her door closed, which will help. But, any ideas to prevent this habit from spreading? Or why it might be happening?
posted by lalalana
on Sep 23, 2007 -
Someone's dog keeps urinating in our apartment building's elevator. The smell is really disgusting and I'm tired of cleaning it up. Any recommendations on a next course of action? [more inside]
posted by mert
on Oct 15, 2004 -