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Old July 29th 03, 04:28 PM
ripple
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I am new to the group and have a question regarding house training.
Every time I leave the room and put up the gate, my dog immediately urinates
on
the floor right in front of the gate. Even if he has just been outside, he
will
do this. He is crate trained and will not this when he is put in his crate.
Is it
possible that he is being vindictive for being left in the room alone?
Other than
leaving him in his crate all the time, is there a way to correct this?
Please offer any
suggestions, for we are at our wit's end with this problem.

Mary


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Old July 30th 03, 03:53 PM
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Looks like he is marking his territory.

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Please offer any
suggestions, for we are at our wit's end with this problem.


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Old July 30th 03, 10:09 PM
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No guarantee that this book will solve your problem but it is worth a
try (before giving up on your dog) - "Eliminate on Command" by Dr. M.
L. Smith. Can find it on halfbay.com or probably online bookstores.
The 7-day PPC (poop & piddle on command) process has 4
prerequisites: (1) Puppy should be more than 6 weeks of age when you
begin to teach PPC; (2) The dog must have places to go that he
understands are "OK" and he should be eliminating regularly in those
places; (3) It must be "OK" for the dog for you to be in the area with
him during his elimination; (4) The act of elimination can take place
only if there is some urine in his bladder or feces in his bowel. I
haven't used this book yet but read it and seems to make sense. It
was highly recommended by professional dog trainer.

On Tue, 29 Jul 2003 10:28:34 -0500, "ripple" wrote:

I am new to the group and have a question regarding house training.
Every time I leave the room and put up the gate, my dog immediately urinates
on
the floor right in front of the gate. Even if he has just been outside, he
will
do this. He is crate trained and will not this when he is put in his crate.
Is it
possible that he is being vindictive for being left in the room alone?
Other than
leaving him in his crate all the time, is there a way to correct this?
Please offer any
suggestions, for we are at our wit's end with this problem.

Mary


 




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