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Re: [cavalierspaniel-48] peeing in the house?

From: Katie
Sent on: Friday, April 26, 2013 8:58 AM

I agree also. We used only positive reinforcement when training our cavalier. If she went outside she got a treat. If an accident happened in the house we didn't yell or make a scene at all about it. What really helped us (this was recommended by our trainer) was to keep track of when she went to the bathroom on a chart and if we saw it had been about an hour or so since she last went we would take her outside to go. The more proactive we were about it in taking her outside often before she had to go and couldn't hold it any longer the faster she associated outside with going to the bathroom.   

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On Apr 26, 2013, at 8:22 AM, Elizabeth <[address removed]> wrote:

AGREE!!!!  DO NOT simulate or even hit a dog and certainly nose in the pee etc does not work for many reasons..read up on this  ..many other ways to train a dog more easily, with positive reinforcement!!!!
On Apr 25, 2013, at 11:45 PM, Alison Beller wrote:

They say holding a dogs nose to the pee is not good...
"Rubbing a dog's nose it its waste can do two things - instill fear in the dog, or cause aggression at some point. 
Your dog has no idea why you're rubbing his nose it his sh*t or pee. Not a clue"
There are tons of other similar posts online about NOT rubbing your dogs face or holding it near it's mess.
Please DON"T do this. Also please do NOT fake hit your dog.
But, thanks for the product info, sounds like it's worth while.
Ali
Alison Frankel
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From: DAN CAWLEY & PAULA BAKER <[address removed]>
To: cavalierspaniel-48 <[address removed]>
Sent: Thu, Apr 25,[masked]:20 pm
Subject: Re: [cavalierspaniel-48] peeing in the house?

the best product in the WORLD is called spot shot. it is a spray item , , , not a hi priced pet store gimmick chemical . . . . . . .  it is more or less a dry cleaning type fluid in an aerosol can. i have seen it do amazing things with stains of al kinds, pets included.  

i am no dog whisperer, but i can tell u when my dogs were younger and had 'accidents', i used to simply yell at the  dog a bit while holding their noses near the droppings,...... no hitting the dog, of course,  but sometimes,  if u held the dog by the collar  with your one hand  &   u struck the collar- holding hand with a magazine, the dog at least thought he was getting stuck  ( ? ) , maybe even that is inhumane,  i dont know,  but it sure worked. 
  ( i wud rather hit my boss in the face than strike one of my dogs,  but a SIMULATED strike was very helpful for house training.)  


From: Monika Salazar <[address removed]>
To: [address removed]
Sent: Wednesday, April 24,[masked]:47 PM
Subject: Re: [cavalierspaniel-48] peeing in the house?

I have the same issue with my two cavs- but I have to have rugs all over because I live in a loft and the main rug is 8x10 feet and it seems there is an accident every other day. I am not sure what to do but clean. They are not attention starved either! 

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On Apr 24, 2013, at 10:33 PM, Paolo Pasta Lanna <[address removed]> wrote:

Yes,

Maybe time to get a new rug.
Once they’ve started marking their spot on the rug, it’s pretty hard to end that behavior with the scents on the rug.
Once I got rid of my rug, my Female Cavalier stopped peeing. (she was 6 yrs old when she started doing that.) She stopped once the rug was gone. She’s 10 now and hasn’t been a problem since.


Paolo


On 4/24/13 9:08 PM, "Gia" <[address removed]> wrote:

I have a 4 1/2 year old male Blenheim and he's started peeing in the house - something he's never done before. It first occurred a few times about a month ago. I took him to the vet, they ran a lot of tests and determined that it was behavioral. So I started taking him out more.

Today, he did it again. Three times! He was outside a lot today and had many opportunities to pee. As far as I know, it's always on the same rug (a beige sisal). Has anyone else experienced something like this? Am I not giving him enough attention? Could there be a medical issue here that the vet didn't see last time? I'd love to hear any thoughts.

Thanks!




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