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Dog Urinate Often.
Home remedy dog urine.

The dog urinates when visitors arrive. The dog urinates when he is left alone. The dog urinates when he is excited. The dog defecates in the house. How to correct your dog's errors When the dog commits an error, he must understand what he did wrong. The dog will have to be let loose in the house, and given the possibility of defecating in your presence. This doesn't mean that you should let the dog "hold it in" until he must defecate. Simply set the puppy free in the house after a meal; take him out at normally appointed hours, and be ready to correct him. There are two types of messes: those where the dog is caught in the act, and the other, where the mess is found after the fact. Petzord is great to clean dog urine & other soiling.
Should you catch your dog in the act. In such circumstances, avoid striking the dog or screaming at him. Otherwise, he will associate defecation with punishment, and the dog will fear defecating in your presence. It will then become hard to go outside with your dog for this purpose, as he will refuse to do it in front of you. He will be afraid of being struck by you. He will look for a hiding place to do his business. So, whenever you see the dog sniffing the ground, going around in circles, waking up from a long snooze, putting a stop to his playing, and start crouching down, you must: 1. Interrupt the process by giving him the VW "HEY!" + SHORT SPRAY with an assertive tone. 2. Go out for five minutes. 3. Give the command "POOP" for defecation. 4. Put him back in his cage; if he doesn't defecate, take the dog out once more twenty to thirty minutes later for five minutes, and so on, until you have obtained the desired results. 5. If he does what is required, congratulate him (SR "SOUND + GOOD!").
If you discover the mess after the fact. When the mess is discovered after the fact, it is already too late to correct the dog. When you find the mess, clean it up right away, otherwise the dog will be led to understand that it is acceptable to defecate at that place. Seeing as dogs have a tendency to defecate at a place where they recognize the odour of their own stools, it is recommended to use vinegar, which completely neutralizes the odour. Note: Do not use commercial products which contain chlorine and/or ammonia, because dog urine contains these elements. Remember : - Give the VW "HEY!" when the dog defecates inside, and the SR "SOUND + GOOD!" if he does so outside, and the dog will clearly get the message. - Be vigilant concerning the defecation of your dog; if he cannot hold it in at all, this could be indicative of some ailment, or disease.
Underlying reasons most frequent in dealing with soiling problems: * Changing the dog's meal schedule, as this has direct repercussions on the time that the dog will relieve himself. Ex: feeding the dog near bedtime, and having to take him outside when you have already gone to bed. * Punishing the dog when he does his business in front of the master, which results in the dog being afraid of defecating in his presence. * The master's absence when the dog defecates. It is then impossible to know if the dog has actually defecated. Example : The master lets the dog go out alone then lets him in, thinking that the dog has defecated when in fact, he hasn't. * Letting the dog hold it in until he can no longer do so. Is the problem related to urine, stools, or both? * When the dog couldn't be watched, was he confined or monitored? * Do accidents occur often? If so, how many times a week? * Do you go outside with the dog? When he does his business, are you ready to reinforce good behavior with a treat?
How many times per day does the dog go outside? * When the dog was caught eliminating inside the house, did you correct or punish your dog? * Has the dog always had a cleanliness problem, or has the problem developed suddenly? * Does your dog eliminate on places which have the same texture, such as the rug, a piece of clothing, ceramic tile, paper, etc.? * Does the act of urinating occur only when the dog meets someone, or gets petted, or when you play with him? If so, does the dog roll over on his back, pull his ears backward, crouch down and pull his tail between his legs? * If the problem is intermittent, could it be attributed to something or someone the dog is afraid of? * Does the problem occur when you are present, but the dog is not being watched? * Does the problem occur only when you are not in the house? If so, does it happen every time the dog is alone, or in specific situations, such as, only in the morning?
 
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