The problem is either medical or behavioral. First the medical causes like urinary tract infection, bladder stones, kidney disease, or diabetes need to be ruled out. Your dog needs to be examined by a veterinarian. Initially a urinalysis will be run and if appropriate blood work may need to be run.
Treatment will depend upon diagnosis.
No, He only does it at certain times when he thinks noone is home or everyone leaves. He has been house trained for 10 years vet could not find anything wrong with him. I already got the carpet cleaned and sprayed. Yet he continues to go.
My male dog is weeing on my female dog why does he do it and how can I stop him
Bladder or kidney infection
Just asking how old is he because it could be perostate problems.
My male dog keeps peeing on my female dog why does he and how do I stop him lease help;
My dog is a bitch,shes 5,never had any problems until we had our first child,then we started to wake to wee all over the place,she calmed down after a while and now were expecting again.which I'm sure shes aware of,and its all started again,we've try ed pretending its not happened and she does it again,my fella lost his temper a few times with her,sometimes she cowers before we've even discovered the mess and gives herself away,we have a male dog a year younger,we no its not him as he cocks his legs to wee,we haven't been giving her any less attention to her and short of sending her to a dogs home,we don't no what to do,shes a lovely,loving dog,brilliant at everything else,she doesnt even walk on a lead shes that good,its just this and were at the end of our tether
He may need to go see a vet. He may be having bladder problems. Maybe you could just call your vet and get some advice on the problem. I'm thinking he is having a bladder problem, Hope everything works out fine.
Go to the vet first to see if he has a badder problem..if not then maybe he forgot of was just urgent......
I think if its best to take him to the vet I have never heard such outragous behavior on your dogs part(Male) If its a accident thats one thing but doing it on purpose is quite another
Dogs sometimes regress in their house training and it is usually due to a change, or stress. This could be a new dog in the house or nearby, a change of food, a house move, fireworks going off.... If you cannot think of anything and you are sure he/she is not ill, then you just need to "house train" the dog again. Take it outside at regular intervals (every 3 hours or so) praise it for passing waste, and go back in. Do not express displeasure at mistakes unless you catch the dog right in the act, and even then restrict this to a No! And an immediate trip outside. Clear up waste mistakes promptly and wipe over the area with a solution of biological washing powder to remove the scent.
Do not leave food down for the dog overnight or feed very late, as a meal often triggers the desire to"go". Hope this helps.