Different dog, different problem. Correcting her will probably stress her out and make it much worse.
What I would suggest is first take her to the vet and make sure she does not have a Urinary Tract Infection. Then, get in the habbit of taking her out to potty more frequently, especially if you are expecting visitors. One thing you might do, is when your visitors are coming, put her leash on, and wait outside. Let her potty, when she meets them she may do a little more submissive or excited urination, but at least it will be outside.
Karma is a pee-er. She is everything beautiful, sweet, wonderful with the kids, gentle, fun. But when she was six months old, she would still pee when she sees me. Ugh! Just clean it up.
If she was in the main part of the house and I wanted her back in the pen with the doggy door, if I would catch her and try to put her down there, there would be pee. If I went to the fridge and got some cheese then I could throw the cheese into the puppy pen, and she would follow it in there -- no pee. Dog outwitted.
But still, when I would come up to the babygate, she would jump up for pets, while pee was coming out. When was this going to stop???
Well she is almost 14 months old now. She doesn't pee anymore when I greet her. Yay!!! When I have her in the main part of the house, I go to the fridge for a piece of cheese, and she runs to her baby gate and pounds on it to get in there so she can sit down and get her part.
I hope you have success with yours. I cannot tell you the day or the hour that the pee went away, but it did.
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