Housebreaking

Try out why your dog pees/poops indoors

By answering the questionnaire, you can get knowledge about what is causing the housebreak problem and how to treat it.

, Time for Dogs -- 2014-09-27

Housebreak - Development and natural behavior in dogs

Housebreak - Development and natural behavior in dogs

About the dogs development and natural behaviour regarding urination and stool.

, Time for Dogs -- 2014-09-27

Housebreak - How often dogs pee/poop

Housebreak - How often dogs pee/poop

How often does a dog need to be let out to pee/poop?

, Time for Dogs -- 2014-09-26

Housebreak problem - Medical causes

If the dog has a problem with being housebroken, a veterinarian should examine the dog. The dog may be sick and that it's not housebroken may be a symptom of many different diseases. If it is a medical problem, it must be treated.

, Time for Dogs -- 2014-09-24

Incontinence in dogs

Incontinence in dogs

When a dog is incontinent, it leaks urine or feces without being able to prevent it. Incontinence should be assessed by a veterinarian and should not be mixed up with other medical conditions.

, Time for Dogs -- 2014-09-24

Medical causes peeing indoors

If the dog has a problem with being housebroken, a veterinarian should examine the dog. The dog may be sick and that it's not housebroken may be a symptom of many different diseases. If it is a medical problem, it must be treated.

, Time for Dogs -- 2014-09-24

Incontinence - Weak Pelvic floor muscles

Incontinence - Weak Pelvic floor muscles

A common cause of incontinence is closing muscles that control urine emptying is slackening and therefore not always able to hold back urine.

, Time for Dogs -- 2014-09-24

Urinary incontinence caused by malformation

Urinary incontinence caused by malformation

Urinary incontinence means that the dog leaks urine without any possibility to prevent it. There are small amounts at a time that leaks relatively often. If the dog has had problems since it was a puppy it might be caused by a congenital defect.

, Time for Dogs -- 2014-09-24

Medical condition that causes the dog to poop indoors

Medical condition that causes the dog to poop indoors

If the dog has a problem with being housebroken, a veterinarian should examine the dog. The dog may be sick and that it's not housebroken may be a symptom of many different diseases. If it is a medical problem, it must be treated.

, Time for Dogs -- 2014-09-24

Housebreak problem - The dog is not let out in time

Housebreak problem - The dog is not let out in time

If you have problems that the dog is not housebroken, it may be because the dog is not let out often enough.

, Time for Dogs -- 2014-09-24

Housebreak problem - The dog prefers/avoids certain substrates

Housebreak problem - The dog prefers/avoids certain substrates

If the dog is not housebroken, it could be that the dog prefers or avoids to pee / poop on some special materials.

, Time for Dogs -- 2014-09-24

Housebreak problem - Anxiety/separation anxiety

Housebreak problem - Anxiety/separation anxiety

Some dogs cannot stand to be left alone. Such dogs experience great anguish. When left alone they pee and poop indoors because of their anxiety.

, Time for Dogs -- 2014-09-24

Housebreak problem - Marking behavior?

Housebreak problem - Marking behavior?

Some dogs have a marking behavior that causes the housebreak problem. Marking with urine is the most common, but dogs can also mark withe their feces. The marking behavior itself is natural, but it isn't very pleasant when it happens indoors.

, Time for Dogs -- 2014-09-24

Housebreak problem - Submission

Housebreak problem - Submission

A dog can pee indoors around people or dogs, to show submission.

, Time for Dogs -- 2014-09-24

Housebreak problem - Excited

Housebreak problem - Excited

Some dogs pee on themselves when they are very happy and excited.

, Time for Dogs -- 2014-09-24

Housebreak - Fear to pee/poop outdoors

Housebreak - Fear to pee/poop outdoors

If you have housebreak problems, it may be that the dog is afraid outdoors. It can be scary sounds, or anything it sees. The dog wants in such cases indoors as soon as possible and then will 'accidents' happen indoors.

, Time for Dogs -- 2014-09-24

Housebreak problem - Seeks attention

Housebreak problem - Seeks attention

Some dogs seek attention from its owner by peeing or pooping indoors.

, Time for Dogs -- 2014-09-24

The dog is not housebreak trained

The dog is not housebreak trained

The most common cause why a dog pees or poops indoors is that the dog hasn't learned to be housebroken. But if there is a housebreak problem, one should check up the dog so there aren't any medical problems underlying.

, Time for Dogs -- 2014-09-24

Housebreak training - part 1

Housebreak training - part 1

Read about how to housebreak your dog. The training is written for puppies but also works on adult dogs. Part 1.

, Time for Dogs -- 2014-09-24

Housebreak training - part 2

Housebreak training - part 2

Read about how to get your dog housebroken. Part 2.

, Time for Dogs -- 2014-09-24

Housebreak training - common mistakes

Housebreak training - common mistakes

If the dog doesn't become housebroken, it may be due to improper training. Here are some examples of common mistakes.

, Time for Dogs -- 2014-09-24

Housebreak problem - Individual diffrences

Housebreak problem - Individual diffrences

How soon the dog becomes housebroken depends largely on how consistent the owner is able to take care of the training. But there are large individual differences between dogs.

, Time for Dogs -- 2014-09-24

Housebreak problem - The weather

Housebreak problem - The weather

The weather can affect how less your dog appreciate doing their needs out there.

, Time for Dogs -- 2014-09-24

Housebreak problem - Outlying rooms

Housebreak problem - Outlying rooms

Some dogs do their needs in outlying rooms.

, Time for Dogs -- 2014-09-24

Bad experiences - Harder to housebreak the dog

Bad experiences - Harder to housebreak the dog

Dogs that had a bad experience in connection when peeing or pooping are often harder to get housebroken than other dogs.

, Time for Dogs -- 2014-09-24

Housebreak articles overiview

An overview of all our housebreak articles

, Time for Dogs -- 2014-09-24

General housebreaking

Possible causes to why your dog isn't housebroken. With links to other articles.

, Time for Dogs -- 2014-09-23

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