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Why do I pee on the dog's bed?

I like to pee on the dog's bed. He was in the house much longer before my brother and I came along. My people get very upset when I do this. They keep washing the bed and I keep doing it. The big man in the house gets very angry and says I might need to find a new home if I keep doing this. I don't want a new home. I love my girl and the boy is ok too. My Mom is the best, but I don't want the man to keep being angry. Please Help me!!

Best Answer

  • Melissa FordMelissa Ford Santa CruzMember Posts: 3,914
    Accepted Answer
    First you absolutely must have the urine tested to be sure it's not an infection. Only then can you determine if this is behavioral. Please schedule a visit with your vet to have a urinalysis performed. If it's negative then you can ask your vet for some tips to modify the inappropriate behavior.
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