How to stop dog from peeing from excitement?

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Excitement urination

Stay calm and quiet when greeting your dog. Avoid eye contact, crouch down to their level, and stay neutral. Similarly, when you have guests come over, ask them to stay calm and keep greetings with your dog to a minimum. Take your pup outside and give them praise and treats after they urinate.
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Excitement urination

Stay calm and quiet when greeting your dog. Avoid eye contact, crouch down to their level, and stay neutral. Similarly, when you have guests come over, ask them to stay calm and keep greetings with your dog to a minimum. Take your pup outside and give them praise and treats after they urinate.
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Place your dog on leash, and ask him to sit.

Keeping your dog on leash allows you to have a little more control if he gets too excited.

Have the other person approach you at a slow walk.

Repeat this exercise until your dog can stay sitting as the other person approaches.

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The most common reasons for regurgitation are: Overeating. Eating too quickly. Anxiety or over-excitement.
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The good news for you is that excitement peeing usually happens to puppies under 1 year of age, and they typically grow out of it… Patience and understanding will go a long way toward training a puppy out of this behavior.
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Ammonia.

Ammonia has a powerful smell dogs dislike.

However, the smell of Ammonia is similar to the dog urine smell you want to cover, so you might want to save this solution if all others fail.

Dilute the ammonia with water and spray it over the carpets.

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Bleach will not kill the odor of dog pee or cat urine.

It simply disinfects.

Bleach is harmful to breathe, and it's toxic for your pets, too. Ammonia.

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White vinegar is not only an effective carpet cleaner and urine odor remover, but it also acts as a repellant.

Prepare a solution of white vinegar and water in a 1-to-1 concentration and spray it over your carpets and the areas where your dog likes to urinate.

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