We work and train our pups so that they’ll learn where they’re supposed to potty. Unfortunately, it doesn’t always go as planned. A mess here, an accident there, and what it comes down to is your puppy might have a peeing problem.

Not all peeing issues are the same. A pup might be marking their territory. They might not be able to hold it during the long hours of the day while you’re away. They might have a bladder control loss problem. Or they might just be doing it because they don’t know any better.

To start with, you need to determine the source of the problem. If your pup has been well trained for years, and now suddenly decides to start having accidents, take them to the vet to have them checked out and get a clean bill of health before things get carried away. Since pups aren’t the same as humans, consider the fact that pups actually pee during stressful times. When something frightens them, or maybe they’re suffering from anxiety, they feel the need to pee inside to help them cope with their situation.

When accidents do happen, you need to make sure that they are cleaned quickly and properly. Enzyme cleaners need to be used to eliminate the scent, or you’re pup will be inclined to use that spot again. If they do it enough, it’ll become a habit that is even more difficult to deal with. Apart from confining your pup to their own quarters, perhaps a comfortable crate or their own room, you may also consider the option of an indoor grass litter box. These handy devices allow for a pup to potty at their own convenience to help keep their bladder empty throughout the day. A combination of space limitation and a grass litter box can help a pup overcome any potty difficulties they may be having.

A pup’s pee problem isn’t something that disappears overnight. It takes the attention of a loving owner and some well-invested time to remedy the situation. With the right effort, you can help your pup deal with and overcome their potty problems and ensure that they have a happy and urine free home.

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