Helmut is 9 months old. He used to dribble pee when I came home or my wife came home from work, or when meeting other people or even dogs. He never cowered, or tucked his tail, but he would dribble. Now he doesn't pee with other people - except occasionally, doesn't pee around dogs, and I can take him to the Vet's or to other places and he doesn't pee anymore. When my wife comes home he will dribble pee, but usually won't do that around her. The thing is, I can be sitting in my chair and just yawn, or move around, and he'll come over and circle the chair with his ears pinned back and dribble - then he'll sniff his dribble and just stand there - ears up and ready to move on. We do not punish him, raise our voice at him, engage him in any way when he gets in this state - we try to ignore him, avoid eye contact or touch. Maybe all we can do is wait this out. He is a wonderful dog -a big beautiful boy who seems so happy and is full of energy, and overall pretty darn easy to live with. He's our boy no matter what but I want him to have a different relationship with me so that he does not feel he has to do this. Can anybody think of anything else I might do or try?