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Bull Mastiff Peeing in House After a Move - Mastiff and PuggleMy husband and I have two dogs, a 6 year old Bull Mastiff and a 12 year old Puggle. Both dogs are potty trained and they have a dog door with a fenced in yard, so they can go in and out as they please to go potty. We have had a lot of changes recently. We just retired from the Air Force and moved to South Carolina. We have a new house, recently did some remodeling to the house, our youngest daughter just started college, so now we have no more kids at home.

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When he started peeing in the house, I used the enzyme cleaner to eliminate any smells. We have all new flooring, so it isn't anything from previous pets. Every time I make it so he doesn't pee in any particular area again, he just finds a new spot to pee in. Nothing seems to be helping. He will literally eat breakfast, go outside to go potty, and will then turn around and pee on my couch. Please help me. I can't do this anymore.

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January 10, 20200 found this helpful
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This is normal and the dog has been moved and so many changes have taken place in your life recently. Normally after a time the dog will settle down and start back to their old routine. For the moment you should try and encourage the dog to go outside again and use the new dog door that has been installed.

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You may need to take the dog outdoors from time to time to get them use to the new surrounding and feel comfortable in their new home.

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January 11, 20200 found this helpful
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Have you talked to the vet? Age related incontinence is very real in dogs and is--in many cases--easy to manage with medication or a combination of medication and diapers or belly bands.

There are also some diet changes that the vet may suggest (if it is an issue with kidney or bladder stones vs. incontinence).

Please have the pup checked out. Dogs that are trained that start having bowel or bladder issues--in 9 of 10 cases have a health issue, not a behavior issue.

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Yes, it sounds like you have a lot of stress, but if it has been 6 months, there is something else brewing here!

If he gets a clean bill of health, then the vet can offer other solutions for the behavior part.

Prayers for healing!! Post back with an update!

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January 9, 20200 found this helpful

Your dog does this for a reason, could be many reasons. Check with a Vet!

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January 10, 20200 found this helpful

We have taken him to the vet, but they have not found anything wrong with him. We have gone through two sets of testing.

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January 11, 20200 found this helpful

It has already been 6 months.

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