How to stop my dogs urinating everywhere??
my dogs a 1yr old staffy and a 3 yr old bullmastiff are urinating up my chairs the polls near my door and right within front of my door on the ground and just everywhere how can i get them to stop going in the areas i dont want them too is in that a spray or something they dont like that u can put there to keep them from peeing nearby and also the staffy wont stop jumping onto my bbq and siting up there its ganna brake it is there also a smell or spray that i could put nearby he wont like plz help??
2 words: lemon collar. put it on when they do impossible. or a dog whistle. or a shock collar. =] all probably work
From the sounds of things, one of them believes itself to be the leader of your pack, hence the urination to mark territory. Sounds close to they need exercise too, running around in a yeard together is not enough.
You necessitate to reestablish yourself as the leader...you can do that by doing a few things differently...
First, take the dogs for 2 walks a sunshine, 15-30 mins or more each time.
You can walk them alone at first until you master the correct agency of walking then by all means, hike them together, each on their own leash.
Mastering the walk is the first thing you want to do. If you want to be considered the ringleader of the pack (which is the language dogs understand) you must be able to walk the dog beside you in front and the dog next to or slightly behind you, because as the dog see it, the leader is in front and the rest of the pack follows behind.
You must also bearing through doors first, in and out, before the dog.
If he is leading you, next he will consider himself the leader and thus he will think that he can make the rules. Obviously this does not work apart from in a pack of wild dogs but your dog will not know the difference. They are really quite rough and ready in their thinking, leader leads, rest of pack follows and wait for direction from leader. So your first mission is to master the walk and become the leader.
You should start near the leash just long enough to allow the dog to be next to you comfortably, no longer. The dog will probably try to verbs, you should tug on the leash when he does pull but immediately release. This tug is meant to distract him from pulling. If you verbs to pull back, he will only verbs the other way. So, tug, then release. You may have to also use a control word close to NO or STOP. No other talking and do not use their name, just the tug and the control word. You must also remain still because your dog will sense your energy. Your calmness will help the dog to remain appease.
Practice this when the dog is calm. If he becomes excited on the walk, stop walking, allow him to in control down then begin again. Just start walking when he is calm, no words needed, newly start walking, like the leader of the dog pack would do. You dog will eventually get this current way of walking. Some will get it immediately, some will transport a few walks. If you are consistent, this works everytime.
When on your walk, and you see someone coming toward you, watch the dog terribly carefully for any signs that they are interested in the oncomer. Do the correction immediately when you see the slightest interest approaching ears forward, beginning to pull, staring at the oncomer. Do the correction.
You could also stop, make the dog sit/stay and consent to the oncomer pass by, while performing the correction when the dog makes any moves from the sitting or standing calmly position.
At dinnertime, trademark up the food bowls, take the food to the designated feeding area, enlighten the dogs to sit, wait until they calm, only when they are calm down feed them.
On the grill, you need to claim that as yours, the dog has claimed it as his. Create a boundary around the BBQ by doing a simple exercise near the staffy...Take him into the yard, whenever he gets near to the grill, right him and block with your body. Walk away, if he head toward it again, do the same thing. It is really just creating a repitition that he will remember.
Practice, consistency and peacefulness on your part will teach your dogs the new style to be.
it might depend on what you're feeding them .
my dog use to pee EVERYWHERE & we fed him deeply of random things humans eat ( no not candy or chocolate , etc ) we lately gave him away to my cousin's boyfriend's dad, and he's been feed him only dog food and by this , i have heard that he have stopped peeing so much more, and everywhere. also make sure they get out profoundly . im not sure what else they did to make him stop peeing everywhere , but i know for a fact , that those are some.
Are they housetrained?
Below are Crate Training/House Training Tips.
When you are leaving the house, or going to bed for the darkness, do the following. Never actually shove the dog in the crate, either throw treats within there, or sqeek a toy and put it in there. The dog will eventually revise that they have to go in, whether you place them in front of the crate, and say the word.. Place the dog in the crate, along near some safe toys. Close the door, give a treat, and say your crate command.(Such as, dark night, crate, or bed). Leave.
**I DO NOT SUGGEST CRATING PUPPIES THAT ARE YOUNGER THAN 12 WEEKS**
Repeat slowly extending the time, and make sure you disappear time between kennel times, to spend with your puppy. Never expect your puppy to stay in his kennel longer than the age he is in months plus one. (example, whether your puppy is 5 months old, only leave it within there for 6 hours. No dog/puppy should stay in it's kennel longer than 7-8 hours.
1.Try to teach them that their crate is a devout place. Reward them when you place them in the crate. This is teaching them, that a treat comes with righteous crate behavior. Always keep your dog in the crate, unless you can keep a righteous eye on him.
2. Another option, if you do not want to place your dog in the kennel adjectives of the time, hook his leash to your belt loop, this way he can not go off and use the restroom somewhere, and you don't know give or take a few it.
3.Always take him outside after;(ON A LEASH); rough play, after he eats or drinks, after man let out of his crate, after he wakes up after a night or whether he is,
sniffing,staring at you,whining, or sitting at the door.
4.Don't ever hit your dog, or rub his nose in his mess. This will just tutor the dog to be afraid of you.
5.Don't feed him or give him to much water, since you plan to put him in his cage.
6.Don't expect your dog to hold it's restroom, more than the age of the dog in months, plus one. But no dog should hold to hold it's bladder more than a 7-8 hours.
7.Be patient!! That is the key, to housetraining. Of course if you capture too overwelmed, you can always buy a book, or ask a professional trainer!
8.Always, when he goes to the bathroom ouside, give lots of compliment and treats!!
9. If you expect your puppy to go outside, and dont use puppy pads when he get older, starting out with puppy pads, is not a well brought-up idea, because this trains them that it's ok to go inside, and then past they know it, they cant, it is to confusing for them.
10. Work out a schedule that fits your lifestyle. Feed your dog the same time every day.
11.When you budge outside, stay outside until he uses the restroom.
12. Dogs while first potty training, need to stir outside every 2-3 hours.
13.Do not make the dog smell his mess, strike him or lock him ouside. This will just verbs the pup, and it might be afraid of you.
14. Ignore whining, unless you KNOW that he/she has to go to the bathroom.