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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 05-04-2008, 08:43 PM Thread Starter
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nervous accidents..

I just adopted a 7month female GSD and when I went to visit/adopt the pup as soon as she saw us, she came up and began licking and jumping around a little bit like she was excited to see us..then she peed right there on the floor in the person's foyer then again a few seconds later. After a minute or so of "getting to know us" the behavior seemed to cease but I was a bit concerned. We ruled out any medical conditions with a visit to the vet but still, when we come home from a couple hours out or a new person comes to the house, she will piddle a few drops of urine as she runs around the person as if happy to see them. I'm kinda at a loss as what to do about this. Anyone have any experience with this problem and know of any advice/solutions that might help?

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Re: nervous accidents..

Welcome to the site! Last night on the show Its me or the dog, there was a male lab that did this. Victoria Stillwell told the owners to have the dog sit. They usually won't pee while in this position.

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Here's some articles to help:

http://www.perfectpaws.com/subr.html

http://www.usask.ca/wcvm/herdmed/app.../suburine.html

http://www.clickandtreat.com/webart105.htm

http://www.sspca.org/Dogs/Urination.html

http://www.phsspca.org/training/qa_s..._urination.htm
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Re: nervous accidents..

i had that problem with annie when she was a puppy.
but i don't remenber what we did to correct the problem!
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Re: nervous accidents..

Ok...good articles. Now I have a place to start. I'll try the less dominant approach to her as we enter the house coupled with some of the simple commands that she knows like "Sit"/ "Shake" and see if this helps.

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Re: nervous accidents..

There is a difference from Exciting Pee and Submissive peeing. I approach them differently. I didn't read the links, so can't say what advice is there.


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Re: nervous accidents..

KC will sit and pee at the same time. Still trying things for us but she is getting better as she is getting older. This weekend was a disaster when we had company. At least they were understanding.

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Re: nervous accidents..

i never had a nervous pee problem with beamer but when i brought her to my grandmothers house for the first time, she pooped twice inside (this was a couple months ago) she had three accidents in our house in the first month we had her, NOTHING after that so she is completely housebroken. i chalked it up to being a nervous thing, so maybe its the same? she hasnt done it at her house since that time, & we havent brought her in someone elses house so idk?

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