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While the problem is most commonly seen in young puppies, if not dealt with in the correct manner, submissive behavior in dogs may well perpetuate into adulthood. Submissive urination is not a house training problem; therefore, it is imperative for dog owners to recognize that a dog urinating submissively is not doing so in spite; rather, the behavior is a natural component of the dog's repertoire of social behaviors. Fortunately, this behavior is treatable and some puppies may simply grow out of it as they grow older and mature. The Most Common Submissive Urination Candidate Dogs most likely to urinate submissively are generally young puppies and dogs under the age of 1 year old. However, in some cases when the problem is not addressed properly, the behavior may occasionally persist into adulthood. This behavior is also common in dogs that have been abused or mistreated.
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Common Puppy Problems: Attention Seeking Behaviour Posted on 0 Comments This year Corrine is working on giving her clients even more information to help them navigate those early weeks of having a puppy. Part of this approach includes writing new handouts for ForPaws dog and puppy training and walking clients that they can use to help address common training problems. Below is an excerpt from our latest handout on Attention Seeking Behaviour. If you would like our help in managing your puppy's attention seeking tactics, then sign up to our puppy training classes or training s today!
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How Do I Stop My Puppy From Piddling When She Greets Someone?
Initially, you will have to build your routine around your puppy's needs, and these are reliably predictable when they are very young. Puppies need to urinate immediately after waking up, so you need to be there to take your puppy straight into the garden without any delay. Eating its meal stimulates its digestive system, and puppies normally urinate within fifteen minutes of eating, and defecate within half an hour of eating although this might vary slightly with each individual. Puppies have very poor bladder control, and need to urinate at least every hour or two. They can urinate spontaneously when they get excited, so take your puppy out frequently if it has been active, playing or exploring.
Submissive Urination in a Puppy Submissive wetting or urination is a normal way for puppies to demonstrate submissive behavior. Even a puppy that is otherwise housetrained may leave dribbles and puddles of urine at your feet and on the floor when greeting you. Submissive urination is the ultimate show of respect and deference for higher rank. It occurs frequently with young puppies who have not yet learned and perfected other social skills and means of showing respect. Submissive urination in adult puppies is usually a sign of insecurity.