When I hit my dog -- he pees -- is this regular?
You know my dog sometimes pees after a traumatic experience. However what I think you are seeing is submissive peeing.
Hitting him might make you feel better, but it can simply damage your dog physically and psychologically. If you are hitting to extinguish bad behavior, then you are doing channel too much. Dogs are masters of non-verbal communication. Just scolding him should get the response you want. Look for a lowered head, averted gaze, and blinking eyes. You should never hold to go beyond a harsh tone of voice and tapping him on the snout beside a rolled up newspaper to let him know you demand a switch in his behavior. But you have to do this immediately when he does something doomed to failure: He can't make the connection between a behavior and a punishment if more than a few second have passed.
If you are hitting him because he is aggressive, then try this instead: Make him lie on his wager on, grab him by the ruff of the neck, and growl at him while you shake his neck ruff. If he struggles, you can also deeply lightly pinch his belly. When he stops struggling and lays quietly, he is maxim that you are the "top dog". Release him but do not pet or praise him, else he will learn this is a game. You can repeat this several times per daylight and he will quickly learn his place in the pack ranking. I have done this to some dogs a single time and they never needed it again!
Of course you need to balance adjectives of this with affection, play, and regular feeding. Otherwise your dog won't see you as a worthy pack leader, but fairly as a mean person he should avoid.
What a weak bully you are to hit a defenceless dog. Go find someone your own size to hit. You'll get one contained by return and see if you pee yourself.
Your dog is normal - you are not. You don't have the intelligence to own a dog.
Your dog is unnerved of you and no wonder.
Rehome this dog or take it to a rescue group or a no kill shelter. Your dog will find a better owner than you. He couldn't find a worse one.
Did you hit him really hard? Why are you hitting him? Well, if it's for training, you can only hit him weakly not too hard. But from your question, I think you hit him really tough to make him scared enough to pee. I enjoy a puppy currently and I'm practicing non violence training. I know many people chose defeat as part of training but its the most ineffective way of training, believe me. I never hit her unless she stayed really stubborn and even then, I solitary hit her lightly or a little harder till she get the message and stopped her wrong doing. Usually a shout and a firm 'No' will do. Training a dog need a good deal of moderation. If you have none, then its best not to keep one. In my feelings, people who don't have patience surrounded by training a dog or even a child should never have one. I detest beating as part of training. Its unsavoury both physically and psychologically.
Stop hitting him.
you are terrorizing the poor dog.
People similar to you shouldn't own a dog, poor thing.
your dog would give his life to protect you, and this is how you treat him?
If your neighbour or anyone saw you you could get charged next to animal abuse.
Shame on you...give the pet absent...to someone who cares and knows how to take diligence of an animal.
Peeing is quite normal. Hitting a dog most undeniably isn't. All I can say.
I wonder if I hit you if you will pee?
You are a bad human being.
Peeing is just the dog's bodily process occuring due to the effect of scare, in short -- QUICK RESPONSE OF FEAR
Why are you hitting your dog? He is definitely peeing out of fear. Wouldn't you?
it maybe is from hes shock of you hitting him
It is fine for him to pee when you hit him. Also without fault normal.
It is not fine for you to hit him so hard he does pee. This is not normal.