Yuck! That Awful Smell of Your Dog’s Peeing and Pooping in the House.
It’s the elephant in the room no one wants to talk about.
How many cans of air freshener do you go through in a week just to temporarily mask the smell of your dog’s peeing and pooping?
You probably also think you’re between a rock and a hard place.
On the one hand, you’d like to replace the carpet to permanently get rid of the smell. But on the other hand
you know that as soon as you put down your new carpet, he’s going to pee on it too.
It’s time to Re-house Training Your Dog
Let’s eliminate some “obvious” reasons for your dog’s house soiling.
If it’s one of these, it’s an easy fix.
- A Urinary Tract Infection
- Over feeding or
- An abrupt diet change can all create house soiling
But, It Could Be Relationship-Based
- Loving on your dog too much causes him to miss you when you’re gone and how does he relieve his stress? He pees in the house.
- If you correct your dog for doing things you don’t like yet you fail to give him the structure he needs to function in your world, he can pee in the house.
- A new dog addition causes a marking contest.
If any or all of these ring a bell, start requiring your dog to sit for everything for more structure in his life.
You must also:
- Break the “house-soiling cycle” by crating or gating him or keeping him on a leash attached to you when in the house.
- Begin a “re-house training” program immediately.
Here’s a step-by-step process to stop your dog from peeing in your home. Maybe you could then get your new carpet.
Together We Can Raise A Happy and Obedient Dog
You got your dog for a reason. You wanted to share your life with a happy and loving dog. But now, your dog has big problems and life is not happy.
I can help you get that happy, well behaved dog back no matter where you live. We’ll do private lesson in your home OR we can do private video lessons where geography is no longer a roadblock.