Soak the area with pet urine enzyme cleaner and let it fully dry. That s not to say all unaltered dogs mark.
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How to get a dog to stop marking territory inside. If you have not already done so having your dog spayed or neutered can reduce incidences of territorial marking. Spay or neuter first. As many as 50 60 of male dogs stop urine marking or at least do it significantly less often after being neutered.
Dogs who are neutered around six months of age are less likely to urine mark or mark less often compared to intact dogs or dogs who are neutered later. As male dogs begin to sexually mature the increased presence of testosterone encourages the signaling of sexual ability and territory marking. If your male dog is peeing in the house even after he s altered there could be other behavioral or physical issues that need to be addressed.
Spaying or neutering your dog should reduce urine marking and may stop it altogether. You might even need to replace a part of the carpet if it s bad enough. If you find that your dog is marking in one or two particular spots go back with some serious cleaner or even deep clean the carpet to make sure you get up any residue.
An intact male dog is much more likely to mark his territory inside the home than a neutered one. If it s humid and its wall to wall carpet or upholstery you can use a hair dryer to speed up the process after 1 day do not allow him access to that area while it is drying. Spay or neuter your dog.
Spay or neuter your dog as soon as possible. This will reduce or eliminate urine marking in many dogs. It can also extend your dog s life improve other aspects of their health and reduce the number of unwanted dogs.
The longer a dog goes before neutering the more difficult it will be to train them not to mark in the house. Spay or neuter your dog. Have your male dog neutered by a veterinarian.
Try using baby gates or pet gates to block certain rooms or double sided tape to keep them. Step 2 supervise your male dog at all times in the house while you are training him not to mark. If your dog tends to mark just certain spots in the house block access to these areas.
If he is marking in just one spot repeatedly. Take preventative measures clean marked spots thoroughly with a commercial pet odor remover. With patience and persistence you can stop your dog from marking inside.
You can also take measures to help deter or block your dog from the area where they are drawn to marking.