|10-03-2013 10:49 PM|
before you get the kids ready for bed take her out. when you come
in with her crate her. after the kids are settled let her out of her crate
and take her out again.
|10-03-2013 10:45 PM|
i think all dogs mark their territory but all dogs don't mark indoors.
|10-03-2013 10:08 PM|
|momma825||Thank you for all the tips!!|
|10-03-2013 04:28 PM|
Not bad just marking territorry.
GSD's mark their territory. if you take your GSD out for a walk you will notice she will scratch the ground and not pee. this is marking they have glands all over their body especially under the chin and behind the tail and they leave this smell behind for other animals. It says this is my family stay away or else! So there might be a smell in your sons room that you as a human cannot smell. SO... you need to go to the pet store and get a bottle of enzyme, I use the big red bottle its an economy size, I got that when we introduced a new GSD into our home after having lost a GSD to a PARVO valley fever mix. I had to enzyme the whole upstairs you might not need such a big bottle for one room, but its nice to have for other Mishaps. Then follow instructions on bottle. Pick up toys etc, you may even have to spray his bed posts etc. and the furniture and wipe it down with a cloth we had to do this. Then most important! Wait 3 days with your sons door closed, or get a doggie gate and put it in front of his door just for 3 days. This will let the enzyme work its magic. It eats the odor. then you should be free and clear. She will go in there feel the smell is gone and stop marking it.
|10-03-2013 03:49 PM|
Is he in your son's room during the day. He may have peed in there once and now smells it when your son's bedroom door is open because your in there putting him to bed.
I experienced a similar incident. 95% of the time my daughters bedroom door is closed. I accidentally left the door open one time for like a half an hour and Hans went in there and peed (hes was only 10 weeks old at the time). I thought I had cleaned it good, even sprayed No Go on it but I must not have got all the smell and he went in there again a couple weeks later (mind you he's house trained at this time) and peed in the same spot.
I cleaned the spot several more times and now I just make sure the door is always closed.
|10-03-2013 12:26 PM|
I need help PLEASE. my pup is a 9 mos old, female. House broken (i thought). She rings the bells to go out and use the bathroom. We have no issue's with her thru the day in her crate, however at night, when I am getting my kids settled and ready for bed, she goes into my son's room and pee's. It doesn't matter if she has just come in from outside. I am at a loss on this. She just started doing this a month or so ago. and she knows she has done something wrong bc she will come out of the room with her ears back and walk straight into her crate. Any advise will be greatly appreciated. Thanks