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put up a child gate in between them for a few days or keep a water bottle handy for when your girl gets upset. it sounds like a case of puppy picking on a older adult, even though at his age, he should realize better. seeing as he has been alone in a run so long though, he wouldnt know anybetter. The best way to handle this is too get them into obedience training and get him fixed. give them time away from each other so they dont get on each others nerves. dont allow him to chase the cat. not a good sign. keep a water bottle handy. another thing that works well is a pop can with a few nails or coins in it and the hole sealed. dont let him or your girl see it, when they start up shake the can but dont let them see it, it startles tehm and makes them stop what they are doing. , he needs major obedience training, and from the sound of it, behavior modification. csaer malone writes great books on the subjuect that you can use along with professional one on one training. the peeing problems, you can get help with in the puppy section. the behavior issues etc you can get even more info in the training section.

good luck. it was very sweet of you to want to take this job on. your girl is probably feeling a bit put out as well. hang in there.
 
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