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What Can I Use to Stop My Dog From Peeing in the House?

Table of Contents

· What Can I Spray to Keep My Dog From Peeing in the House?
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How Do I Stop My Dog From Marking His Territory in the House?
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Why Won’t My Dog Stop Peeing in the House?
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What is the Best Dog Urine Deterrent?

A lot of times dogs (especially when they are puppies) can display behaviors that aren’t particularly nice, such as running wildly around the house, chewing your socks and shoes, or… peeing inside the house. If are one of the dog owners that are always wondering “what can I use to stop my dog from peeing in the house?” then this article will bring you some ideas on how to resolve that issue especially when catching them in the act.

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What can I use to stop my dog from peeing in the house is something that most dog owners think about at some point in their dog-owning times. This can be a difficult problem to get rid of but it always makes it easier to solve when following strategies and tips. If you can catch your dog in the act, simply spraying them with water is perhaps one of the most effective and less damaging ways to correct this behavior. There are sprays that you can use if your dog is “Marking”, or always peeing in the same spot. These sprays have an unpleasant smell that will deter your dog from marking. There is always the option of spaying and neutering your dogs. Spaying and neutering often stop marking behaviors in up to 60% of dogs. If possible, take them out often so they can relieve themselves.

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What Can I Spray To Keep My Dog From Peeing in the House?

There is a simple recipe out there that can be great for this, start by getting a spray bottle, water, distilled white vinegar, and any essential oil of your choice. First, pour your water into your spray bottle (pour the amount appropriate for your use). Then you want to grab your distilled white vinegar and add 2 tablespoons to your spray bottle as well. The last step is to add you’re essential oils, give it a good mix and start to spray on the surfaces you don’t want your dog on or near.

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How Do I Stop My Dog From Marking His Territory in the House?

One of the most crucial actions you can take is to spay or neuter your dog as soon as you can. This is always one of the most useful things you can do for them as it can help reduce the markings in the house. The more you delay the neutering of your dog the more difficult it would be to train them in different areas in the future. When you spay or neuter your dog in most cases it can help in reducing the markings in the house but it will take time for your dog to adjust to things.

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Why Won’t My Dog Stop Peeing in the House?

If your dog starts to pee in the house and in other random places, then your dog might have urinary tract issues. This is one of the most common health issues when it comes to dogs and can be a very irritating problem for your dog if not taken care of right away. Constant peeing in the house is a major sign that your dog might have a urinary tract infection but they might also be other reasons such as separation anxiety, some medications, and sometimes even physical issues.

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What is the Best Dog Urine Deterrent?

Now you might be thinking to yourself what about the urine stains from when the dog was marking, well just hold on because we have a few options that might help you in getting rid of those stains. Baking soda is often used to neutralize orders as it can absorb almost any order and is natural. Just put some on the stain, let it sit overnight, and then just vacuum the baking soda up in the morning. If this does not work you can try a dog deterrent spray for carpets like Nature’s Miracle, Pet Stain, and Odor Eliminator as well as Thornell A.O.E Animal Odor Eliminator. These are all great options to get if of those stubborn stains left behind by dog urine markings.

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