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    Our puppy has urinated on my husband two days in a row now! Let me tell you, he is not happy about it. We have never had a pup that would pee on us before and don't know what to make of it. He had just done both outside a few minutes earlier and hadn't had anything to drink since. He holds it for 6-7 hours at night, so it seems intentional. Anyone else ever have this problem? What should we do about it?

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    I would think it's an "excitement" thing. Our Ellie rolls over onto her back for anyone that she meets expecting a belly rub and she'll sometimes pee a little out of excitement. When we took her to a training class, she peed on me twice while I was holding her (she wasn't used to walking on a leash at the time) when she met some new people.
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    Ya...Happy Pee?? Maybe?? I hope!

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    Quote Originally Posted by JAKEISGREAT View Post
    Ya...Happy Pee?? Maybe?? I hope!
    Ditto^^^^^^^^^^^

    Does this happen when she is overly excited as @spork3127 stated? Or is she just walking up and doing her business?
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    Default Re: Seriously???

    I'm not a behavioral expert at all....but I moved to the behavioral section so hopefully those who might be able to help you are more likely to see your question.

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    It doesn't seem like an excited pee, nor was he waking up and taking care of business. He doesn't seem to like to be held. Anytime we try to hold him he bites us. It seemed more like an "I own you" kind of thing. He seems very dominate. He charges into our other dog, right into her side. He pees on my husband. He bites all of us. I can't ever have my feet on the floor or he bites them. He is a very cute, but difficult to control puppy.

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    Hey! I actually just watched a "Dog Whisperer" episode where a Rotti did this to his owner. Cesar said it's a sign of dominance and needs to be corrected immediately! Hope this helps and good luck!!!

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    Nobody is cute enough to put up with bad behavior as this. It's past due you take charge and reprimand. Some folks on here wrote lots of good advise on behavioral training, different styles but I'm sure many of them would work. You are in charge of your house, not Winston, the longer this goes on the harder it will be to train. Please , please look in the Training and Behavioral forums. You will be glad you did, thank me later.

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    How do you show a dog that thinks he is the king of the house that he isn't?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mountainlover View Post
    How do you show a dog that thinks he is the king of the house that he isn't?
    This is our method:

    Feed him all of his meals just a few pieces at a time and he must perform a command before getting any. You really only need to do this for a few days most likely.

    When you go for a walk, he needs to walk behind you or by your side and not in front of you. When you go into the house, he needs to wait for you to go inside first. Don't allow him on the sofa for a while and then when you do let him up, he must be invited. Don't allow him to jump up there on his own accord. kwim?

    With the biting, this is soooo normal for a bully puppy. He is not unusual. What I did/do is make a sound and then move away from him and ignore him until he is calm then try to play again. If he bites again, repeat.

    There really are a lot of people here that are more experienced than I am and I am sure they will come along very soon with some great advice. The tips above worked for us.

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    Maybe he is just trying to tell your husband to "Piss Off" as Gordon Ramsey would say.

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    Emma had an excitement/nervous piddle whenever she would see someone, young, old didn't matter. I too had never had a dog that did this but had seen it many times. She eventually grew out of it at about 5/6 months of age (she's 9 months now). I'd do some research so your husband has a better understanding of what's going on if that in fact is the reason. Hang in there!!!
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