My baby golden retriever keeps peeing everywhere anywhere, even on top of my sh

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    Sissi Ravanoposted 13 years ago

    My baby golden retriever  keeps peeing everywhere anywhere, even on top of my shoes, will it stop?

    especially when he is getting excited or happy, when will it stop? Since I would love to take him inside the house as well to give him love and pet. Apart that he has his own cute comfortable little home for him self outside with a garden of 3500meter for him to move freely.

  2. NikenDiana profile image58
    NikenDianaposted 13 years ago

    Hello Sissi...
    as my experience with my dogs..Golden retriever and labrador..what you have to do is put his head and nose close to the pee he made. for maybe 3-5 second...let him smell it..then you should bring him to the garden (the ground/earth).
    as my experience the dogs will make a pee in the garden and you dont have to be worry again about it.

    it's works also when the dogs make a poo...
    my dogs now also born 5 puppies..and 3 months old now..all they doing ok..with pee and poo..what me and my husband did with the trick above.

    so let's try my trick above and good luck

    :: Niken ::

  3. wychic profile image86
    wychicposted 13 years ago

    It won't stop until you train him otherwise, and the old methods of rubbing their nose in it simply don't work...all you're doing that way is telling a dog what NOT to do, rather than what they SHOULD do. If your puppy pees inside the house, take him outside as quickly as possible and if he pees where he is supposed to, give him a treat. He will catch on to the pattern, and probably fairly quickly...the last dog I trained took less than two weeks. If you're consistent, house training can be done in a couple of weeks. As for leaving him outside away from human contact, not only is he not learning anything and the behavior won't stop until he knows there are certain places he can go, but he may also end up with socialization problems. He's just a baby right now and needs the same kind of close contact, reassurance, and guidance required of babies of all species.

  4. nlhouser profile image64
    nlhouserposted 13 years ago

    I assume your dog is a male, but I do not know from your question how old he is. Around six months or so, he may be "marking" your home and your possessions to show ownership. It is very common for un-neutered males to do this, and it will not stop unless you take him to the vet and have him fixed....and it may even continue for a short time afterward. He simply is letting the world know you belong to him and he marks for identification purposes only. When a male dog marks, it is not huge amounts but they do it continuously - especially on anything with your odor to it or a location you are familiar with. This is 100% normal for male dogs to do....especially those who haven't had a trip to the vet yet.

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    figure_skating_<3posted 13 years ago

    If it is just a pippy then it hasn't been potty trained.I had the same problem with my dog, but we got some pee pads for in the house and put them where she went most and soon she was potty trained except for a couple liitle accedents.
    But know she is all better. and a way that she will learn is take her outside and giver her a treat if she goes pee or poo but if she doesn't or goes inside then don't give her a treat.

  6. Misty39 profile image61
    Misty39posted 13 years ago

    I had problems for a very long time with my pup until I went an bought doggie chux at wal-mart or pet store it has a certain scent where they can smell ,then use it to go,every where they urinate, clean the spot then put new doggie pad in it's place,eventually they learn.Take time an patience with them remember they are just like babies,try to take them out as often as you can.Only offer water a few times a day not 24/7 until their bladder grows  to an adult dog as need be. good luck.

  7. Terry.Hirneisen profile image68
    Terry.Hirneisenposted 13 years ago

    Take him out every couple hours.  Leave him out at least 10minutes. When he pees just prise the daylights out of him.  Don't leave him inside long enough to have the chance to pee.

  8. Puppyluv profile image60
    Puppyluvposted 13 years ago

    It sounds like he could have an issue called "submissive wetting" where he urinated when excited or frightened.  A lot of puppies have this condition and will eventually grow out of it.  There are still some that will do it occasionally.  If he's urinating in the house when no one's around, it could be a housetraining issue or even a medical issue.  Watch for frequent urination, straining or small amounts as this could signal an infection.


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