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Where does a dog live answer?

-Some dogs like to live in the dog house, that is, kennels. Because the kennels are comfortable and cozy. The owner will offer water and food. Some dogs prefer to sleep in tight corners, like the places which are under the table, under the bed, or the couch. It has something to do with their personality, as they are lack of security and find the small covered ones can shelter them.

 

How to stop a dog from peeing in the house?

Use of Pet Cages

-If you have a pet cage at home, it can help prevent your dog from peeing as soon as you leave the house. Since the crate can also be used as a means of its transportation, you can choose one that is large enough to allow your dog to turn around and lie down in it. If you don't want a crate, perhaps you can buy a shorter leash and tie it tightly around your wrist so that your dog can't pee anywhere.

Delineate a permissible area

-If you won't be home all day, you can select an area where your dog can address its natural needs. How do you get your dog to recognize the area as well? You can put a few drops of your dog's urine in this area so that the dog recognizes that it is his territory. Then you can bring the dog over to the area so he understands that it is an area where his needs can be addressed.

 

 

How to stop a male dog from marking inside the house?

-Marking is when a dog leaves their scent through a small amount of urine. They are trying to make their presence known to other dogs by telling them that it is their territory. To stop your dog from marking, there is some advice. For example, owners first should establish a trusting relationship between themselves and their dog through some training. Owners should train their dogs repeatedly so that they can follow their instructions and patiently teach them that the owner is a higher authority.

-Besides, when walking, the owners should also decide the route. When walking, they need to avoid stopping at places with telephone poles, yards, or steps and try not to allow the dog to mark them, which is a way to slowly change their behavior.

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