Dog Peeing on Rug?

We have just got our rescue dog, she is 2 years old and in season. She keeps on peeing on my rug. I take her out lots of times and she always has a wee or two. I can't understand why she still pees indoors, please can you help?


Kind regards.

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March 4, 20172 found this helpful

Make sure your dog doesn't have a urinary tract infection or other physical cause for the incontinence. You will need to reward her for peeing outside and crate her for accidents.

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March 4, 20171 found this helpful

If you just got her, are you sure she was fully trained already? She may not have been. Is she marking her territory? Are their other dogs around or does the rug smell like another dog? She may not be fully adjusted to her new location yet.

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July 2, 20170 found this helpful

If there are any other dog smells there clean it with vinegar and it will take the other animals smells out

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April 23, 20170 found this helpful

You could just get dog training pad to pee and you see that it needs to pee grab a treat as possible before the dog pees and let the dog see the treat and take the treat in the training pad and the dog will pee in the training pad

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July 2, 20170 found this helpful

Spray some diluted alcohol or vinegar and she will stop.Amonia also works great

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May 18, 20200 found this helpful

Ammonia does not work it smells similar to dog will per there again..try white vinegar and water.... 50/50. Baking soda may work..make into a pasty solution apply to area rub in let sit for a bit pick up let dry caccumm..maybe before picking up baking soda co.partly apply 50/50 solution in top of it.

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October 6, 20170 found this helpful

We have a rescue dog and he wees and poos when he's left alone even if he's just relieved himself on a walk. It's anxiety. It takes around 3-6 months for a dog to fully settle into their environment apparently and if he or she has been rehomed there is probably a bit of worry about being left.


You just have to be patient and try to keep them in an area that's easy to clean if you have to go out. Good luck

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May 1, 20180 found this helpful

Vinegar doesnt work. My sister let her two GSDs pee all over the house. They are gone but now my little dog now pees on the carpet. She wont in my room so I keep her there now when I need to go somewhere, but when I let her out unattended she continuously pees in the same spots. I am cleaning my carpets almost every day. I use urine out etc... Ive tried everything. Ive just resigned myself to living with it till she passes over. Shes 15

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