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Old 11-19-2012, 11:49 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Red face whats going on

My male pup 5 months wets the bed. the female pup dont stay in yard an takes off when door gets opened.
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Old 11-19-2012, 11:56 AM   #2 (permalink)
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They're just puppies and need a lot of training. Is your yard fenced. If not make sure you have the dog on a leash before opening the door.
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Old 11-19-2012, 11:59 AM   #3 (permalink)
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They need direction. Persistent, patience and fair training. They're still babies and they need to be shown the proper ways to behave. Redirect their behavior. Try to distract the female when the door opens or have her on a leash and make sure you cut off water at 7pm and let the male out immediately before bedtime. Good luck.
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Old 11-19-2012, 12:38 PM   #4 (permalink)
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Well thanks. yes they will be 5months dec 5th. we have their momma and another dog. Devo sosha and brutis do not leave yard. we just moved to a new house in a new town so no its not fenced. nova will stay in yard at night, early morning. or if its cold or raining. if its a bright beautiful day then no way!! She also loves sitting on the back of couch like a bird. looks out the window half the day! Devo i understand wetting the bed at night cant always help that like kids. however if they r left alone in our room we always find pee all over bed. Never on anyones bed but ours. i was wondering if males start marking that early. ,thank you for feed back. we have four dogs three r boxers i love them!
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It might be because he can still smell the urine on your bed. Remember that dogs have a way more heightened sense of smell than humans do so even if you can't smell it, he might be able to and that can cause them to wet in the same general spot.
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Old 11-19-2012, 04:04 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Consistent training, patience and love. And more consistency in training, lots of patience and an abundance of love! You'll see the light at the end of the tunnel soon.
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Old 11-19-2012, 05:07 PM   #7 (permalink)
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Thanks everyone. i know its gona be a lil while before they r trained. i just wanted to make sure devos peeing the bed was normal. their mom was so perfect never did anything lime that so i was makin sure lol!!
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Thanks everyone. i know its gona be a lil while before they r trained. i just wanted to make sure devos peeing the bed was normal. their mom was so perfect never did anything lime that so i was makin sure lol!!
Hey I know I am late to the party, you have gotten a lot of very good advice. I don't know if you covered this yet, but does he only pee on a certain part of his bed or is he peeing where he is sleeping? Because he shouldn't pee where he is laying, if he is you probably have to get up to take him out. If he has too much room in his crate he might pick a spot to pee, when Hulk was 2 months he woke up and decided not to wake me up and just pee on Thor instead, then go back to his side to sleep.
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Old 11-20-2012, 01:37 AM   #9 (permalink)
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Hey thank you for responding. Ok so its not a regular thing. they sleep on our floor on blankets or on our bed with us. when its so...we normally kick them down to their blankets, but there has been two times ware he actually has peed in my bed ware he is sleeping.( thank god for exspensive mattress protecters)...i. have also picked up blankets to wash on a regular basis and they have been wet. like he is wetting the bed. i have been told that its like a kid who isnt potty trianed yet, they wet the bed. i know hes starting to let me know when he needs to go except middle of night. i let them all out before bed and as soon as i get up. i also dont water them after like nine pm. now theres been once when i was in shower the pups were playing in my room with door shut and i came into room and found pee on bed. i know they need training and are young, but its fusterating. i just wanted to make aure hes ok, and dont got a weak bladder or somethi.g. thank you for helping.
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My boxer sits on the couch looking out the window as well. Never seen a dog do that before!
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