Anonymous January 14, at Last edited by meloncollie; Thank you so much - I was pretty furious at my dog for peeing on my bed in my spot. I am at an entire loss as to why mine is doing it. This is now the 3rd bedroom she's peed in and this is a huge house.
She sleeps next to my bed at night. You sound like a great dog owner Our Beagle World Advertisement. I hope I can resolve this issue soon For the others that are not sure. The other time he peed was on a futon that I keep in the back room where I keep my computer. For those who don't have the pad buy one or two pronto tonto so should this happen again its not the end of the world.
On my bed, I have a big fluffy comforter. Curing HIV is one thing. Margarida January 23, at 8: She was already downstairs and could have used the doggie door. We have a male who just lays in the corner and doesn't move or make a sound. My kid comes crying to me in the laundry room with a bite mark on his foot and then I find the dog on the bed. Hi Meloncollie, you really know your stuff!
How do I make this habit go away completely? I have had to have a pretty consistent peeing routine, and I also have had to notice what nutrients in foods lead to greater urine production. Punishment only creates an atmosphere of fear and tension - which is ineffective to learning. Would love to meet the asshole with the potato sack. She's definitely a piddler and pees when excited, but a small amount. Even within the animal kingdom, there are a set of rules that an animal has to follow when living in the pack. They are not human, and it's not selfish to expect a dry bed to sleep in.