House Soiling in Dogs – by Jim Burwell
House soiling in dogs is one of those dog behaviors that owners are really embarrassed about and try to hide with room sprays and lots of candles.
Problem is, the minute someone walks in your house, the smell is a dead giveaway. All that time spent scrubbing carpets and floors can’t get rid of the odor of constant pee or poop.
House soiling in your dog, if not a medical issue, is truly a behavior problem generally related to stress and or anxiety in your dog.
To fix your dog’s house soiling you have to figure out what’s causing the stress and anxiety.
In this video I list out the most common causes of house soiling and some steps you can take to solve this stinky problem.
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Jim Burwell, Houston dog trainer for 25+ years, serving over 9000 clients, has a profound understanding of dog behavior and the many things, we as humans, do that influence that behavior – good or bad. Jim has the ability to not only steer dogs and puppies down the right path but to also train the owners to understand their part in having a great dog.