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my lhasa apso who is at least 12 years has started uninating on the rug for the past 3 years, how do i stop it?

the dog has picked out a portion of the rug that he likes to pee on. so i get mad, spank him on the butt and put him in the garage for the night. there are so many urine stains on the rub, that im going to have to buy a new rug. how do i train him not to pee on the new rub. his name is benji and even after all this, hes still part of the family. suki

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OMFG!!! He's been doing this for 3 years and you are NOW concerned? and ... so i get mad, spank him on the butt and put him in the garage for the night. BUT hes still part of the family. How do you even rationalize that? Why don't you go spend the night in the garage for not taking him out enough!! Did you even THINK maybe he may have kidney problems? Take the poor dog to the vet to get cheecked out. and Keep your hands OFF that POOR dog!!!!!!!!!!!
Aug 23, 2017
Spanking him on the butt does not help. Early in the morning and at exact intervals you need to take your dog to the right spot. This will become a habit. Its like teaching a child. You need patience and keep training at the right time.
Aug 23, 2017
dogs respond to high pitched heavier voices. use a heavy voice to yell at the dog WEN YOU SEE HIM DOING IT. you have to catch him in the act yell extremely loud and strong. put his face about an inch away from the pee before u clean it up then smack his noise a couple times then put him in his cage. keep doing it wenever he trys itll take time to train him but itll work btw to get pee outta a rug pour water on the area that got peed on and then use paper towls by prsssing them down hard on the water until it comes out. the water will take the pee out with it and get rid of the pee and the smell
Aug 23, 2017
12 yrs old. and you want to sapnk it? shame on YOU! There is something wrong like a UTI (urinary tract infection) or she just cant hold it that long. Think about getting old and having bladder control problems. EFFF the freaking rug. Your dog doesn't care about that, neither should you. Get your dog to the vet and see what is up. Bet there is something going on, and your dog has been trying to tell you, you just don't get it!!!!!!
Aug 23, 2017

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