why??? peeing

by ali
(england)

my 14 month old parsons bitch has trained well. i managed to house train her or so i thought. now she has starting peeing by my front door and it stinks. she has no medical issue. she can stop for a month or so and then will start peeing there again. i am at my wits end with it all now. she is a great dog in every other way apart from the usual controlable jr cheekiness but i just cant break this habit and my hall is ruined.at this precise moment in time i am ripping up my flooring because it has got so sodden. i have tried get off spray which works until it wears off and then she goes straight back there and i have a urine nuetralise cleaner but even this isnt working.


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Nov 23, 2012
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Peeing
by: Maggie May's mom

Might sound a bit strange, but we use doggie diapers when Maggie gets in her moods to pee in the house. There will be weeks with no accidents. On days where she is overly energetic she seems to pee on the carpet or poop in her bed/crate. It seems like she wants to get my response. You would think she wouldn't mess her bed area, but she gets a wild hair every once in awhile and does. The doggie diapers are a great relief to me. I can enjoy our time together instead of watching her every move that she isn't peeing everywhere.

Nov 23, 2012
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Neuter?
by: Anonymous

Is neutering an option? Sounds like it could benefit in many ways! There are Vets who will do it for reduced charges, and some agencies who help.. At any rate, good luck!

Nov 23, 2012
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Peeing
by: Maggie May's mom

Might sound a bit strange, but we use doggie diapers when Maggie gets in her moods to pee in the house. There will be weeks with no accidents. On days where she is overly energetic she seems to pee on the carpet or poop in her bed/crate. It seems like she wants to get my response. You would think she wouldn't mess her bed area, but she gets a wild hair every once in awhile and does. The doggie diapers are a great relief to me. I can enjoy our time together instead of watching her every move that she isn't peeing everywhere.

Oct 24, 2012
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Thankyou
by: Anonymous

We believe this is because she has come into season. Very odd behaviour. I am now thinking its best to just put something like that down when she is due her season. Thankyou x

Oct 24, 2012
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OH NO
by: Anonymous

So sorry for your problem there. Not sure if this will help or not, but my neighbor turned me onto using a day and night underpadf available in the incontinence dept. at the local CVS , the cvs brand is less than 10. for 18 X large 23"x30" max absorbency,, they are SO MUCH better than puppy piddle pads.
Maybe you could try these at the door.. I know you wouldn't want to do it, mine are in the dining room, but he goes there 100% of the time, so I am really reluctant to try to change it. Paddy's only 7 mos. old...
I hope this helps, good luck!

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