The companionship from a furry friend knows no bounds. More than that, they’re decidedly good for your health too! Owning one can help moderate stress, keep you active, aid your social life, and make you happier. But let’s be real, it’s not all sunshine and rainbows.
Owning a dog can be a lot of responsibility. They are animals after all, and no matter how well you have them trained, accidents happen. Today, we’re going to talk about the type of accidents that happen inside your home. And, whether they happen a lot or a little, we’ll walk you through some things to do that may help prevent them.
Why Are They Peeing in the House?
You can’t solve a problem without first understanding why it’s happening. The truth is, there are a lot of potential reasons your dog may be peeing in the house. Your dog might not have been trained properly, you may not let them outside enough, or they may be suffering from anxiety.
There are biological and medical explanations too. A dog who isn’t spayed or neutered may be prone to inappropriate peeing. Or, maybe your dog is suffering from a medical issue that’s causing its incontinence.