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Infections, tumors, spinal cord injuries, kidney disease and problems with the bladder can cause incontinence in dogs of any age and can lead to house-training accidents.
Diseases that cause increased drinking, such as diabetes, may result in increased urination and accidents.
7 Things You Can Do About Your Dog Peeing in the House
- Visit Your Veterinarian…
- Spay or Neuter Your Dog…
- Train (or Retrain) Your Dog…
- Give Lots of Potty Breaks…
- Identify and Eliminate Triggers…
- Clean Up Accidents Properly…
- Get Professional Help.
Stop Your Dog's Territorial Marking Inside
- Spay or Neuter your dog.
- Vet check to rule out sickness.
- 3. Make sure he's getting enough potty breaks.
- If he is marking in just one spot repeatedly: Soak the area with pet urine enzyme cleaner and let it fully dry.
- If he is marking in multiple spots inside: Get a bandana and put some of his urine on it.
Dogs that are fully housetrained may suddenly start soiling in the house due to medical conditions or due to stress and anxiety.
If medical conditions are ruled out, examine whether you have recently moved, changed schedules, or are leaving your dog at home for a longer period of time than it is accustomed to.
Here's What To Do To Stop Your Dog From Peeing in the House
- Take your dog out to your chosen pee spot OFTEN on a leash.
- During potty re-training – do not leave your dog out and about in the house unattended.
- Make a big flippin deal with treats, petting praise or both when your dog goes in the right place.
Urinary Tract Issues.
If your dog suddenly starts peeing in the house (or other unacceptable places), it could be caused a urinary tract infection.
Other possible urinary issues your vet might find include cystitis (inflammation of the bladder), crystals in the urine, and/or bladder stones.