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    Default Re: @&%*@ ...omg does she just love to pee on a bed?

    Until about 5 months it didn't matter how often we took Baxter outside as soon as he came in he would pee on one of his beds. He has about 4 of them and for those first few months I washed more laundry than ever.

    Once hit hit 5 months he stopped it.

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    Bre is 7....she will pee on a bed if we let her wander unattended (when no one is home). Luckily we only have one bed here that is low enough for her to manage getting up onto...so she is banned from that bedroom. She is 100% potty trained.......it must just be a bulldog thing!

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    Default Re: @&%*@ ...omg does she just love to pee on a bed?

    Quote Originally Posted by Twice View Post
    Oh, and she pees in front of the gate if I don't come and get her quick enough. I call that spite peeing and THAT she get's in trouble for.
    Dogs aren't capable of complicated emotions like "spite". Everything dogs do is instinctual.

    Maybe what you've got there is "excitement" peeing?

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    @Vicaroo1000 that was definitely not excitement peeing. That was a mark my territory pee.

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    Guess she will be getting a bed next to each bed in the house until she learns to be a good girl.

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    Default Re: @&%*@ ...omg does she just love to pee on a bed?

    Quote Originally Posted by Vicaroo1000 View Post
    Dogs aren't capable of complicated emotions like "spite". Everything dogs do is instinctual.

    Maybe what you've got there is "excitement" peeing?
    I'm not so sure about that lol

    I have 2 gates in the kitchen. Yesterday I ran through both gates to get to the bathroom in a hurry. As soon as I come out of the bathroom I see Abby peeing in front of the gate closest to the bathroom, not the one with the wee wee pad in front of it. The other day I was in my room and she wanted to come in. That gate is also blocking the hallway to the bedrooms. I was folding laundry on the bed and couldn't come get her. She wasn't barking or crying or anything. She calmly squatted her little legs down and peed right there. Any other time she has to go (even if she's in the living room) she will run to the pad. I think that's spite

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    @Twice I think they can do the spite thing. Years back we had a male pitbull. Before we went anywhere we would spend at least an hour playing with him and give him a long walk so we knew he was empty. The minute we left he would set up howling like someone died. He would also pee and poo all over the place, he would literally empty out his insides until he was pooing water, mind you we were probably gone an hour. So I believe they can have lots of complicated emotions.

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    @Bizzymammabee I think so too. But that's ok. We love her spiteful little butt anyway

    Because of her health issues if she has an accident on the carpet or bed we don't get mad. We just grab the carpet cleaner and clean it up right away. Those accidents are far fewer lately. Usually she will run to the pad in the kitchen and we praise her like she just invented sliced bread. But! When she stares you in the face and pees by the other gate because she wants to be out of the gate she gets in trouble. We say "Abby! what'd you do!" My son says "I wish you'd punish me like that!" lol

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    @Twice and @Bizzymamabee - I understand. As animal lovers we humanize our fur babies. I do it all the time too and I've got three cats, one parrot, two EBs that benefit from my putting thoughts into their heads for them. But in my brain I know their motivation isn't emotional - it's instinctual.

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