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Anybody ever have problems with their havs eing on their bed? Maya is believe it or not house trained. After our recent tragedy when the routine was broken and she was home a little more by her self she has claimed my bed as hers . If I leave the room for a sec to go brush my teeth or use the bathroom myself, she takes the opportunity to hop on the bed and pee on it.
Makes no difference if she was just out. She still does ring the bell when she needs to go or or whines by the door. It is just my bed where I am having the issues. I have resorted to putting up a gate to my bedroom.
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Unfortunately, once a dog has peed on something made of cloth, it is almost impossible to get the smell out to the extent that the dog can't smell it. That makes it even more likely that they will pee there again. I'm afraid that you may just have to keep Maya out of your room indefinitely.

If she is trustworthy when you are in the bed, you might be able to manage the situation by keeping a crate in the room. Then you could pop her in the crate any time you need to get out of bed.


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Mine had a few accidents on my bed. The last time was when I first moved into my sisters house. I just washed the converter and they have been fine. I would get upset and tell her no . How old is she? Has anything changed lately?

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My sympathies. PA peed on my couch, right in front of Mel our dog trainer! It was a total accident, he gets so involved in things he will try and hold it because he doesn't want to stop what he is doing, then, can't hold it anymore! Whoops!

Does she sleep in your bed? I would say denying her access is going to be your best bet. Also, maybe flipping the mattress over might help a little now that she has peed on your bed several times? Also, maybe she likes it because your bed is super absorbent? Maybe try to give her a more absorbant place to go in the house if thats what her thoughts are. Just brainstorming here!

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she was fine until we had the whole cracker barrel incident which involved us being away from home more often as we had to be at the hospital. Maya turned a year in Jan.
Makes no difference how many times she has just peed outside, she still pees on my bed when I run out of the room. I have had a gate up the past few days, seems to help. Just was hoping there was another way so I always didnt have to have the room gated or the door always closed. Yes. I have flipped the matteess too.
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We have had a very pregnant girl do this when they were very large and felt they couldn't jump up after, but not often. Because I keep a girl in season in my bedroom, I have a gate and the door closed because, even though it has been a long time, I know the boys would do that too.

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No kids in my bed and definitely no dogs! You guys are way nicer owners than I am LOL!

Do you think she cold have been acting out of spite? I had a Bichon years ago who pooped on my husband's clothes whenever he came to stay with me on the weekends (we were just dating at the time). She did not like his stuff - or him - in her space.

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Unfortunately, once a dog has peed on something made of cloth, it is almost impossible to get the smell out to the extent that the dog can't smell it. That makes it even more likely that they will pee there again. I'm afraid that you may just have to keep Maya out of your room indefinitely.

If she is trustworthy when you are in the bed, you might be able to manage the situation by keeping a crate in the room. Then you could pop her in the crate any time you need to get out of bed.
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When DH and I first married, we got a little toy poodle (from the local back yard breeder). Well she was the cutest little thing and we spoiled her greatly. After three years we had a real baby and the little poodle was not happy. She would go in the baby's room and poop and pee. I gave the dog to my mother. The dog came second and DH had never had a dog that lived in the house--most people back then didn't. Times were to hard to spend money on a dog. And having one that pooped in the baby's room was not acceptable at all. She lived a long life with mother so all was well. We didn't have another house dog until we had been married more than 10 years. I know that every dog I got would get killed on the road or poisoned or something would happen. Finally DH went to a pet store and got the first minature schnauzer and brought her to me and said that she could live in the house. He had researched them and found out that they did not shed. She lived to be 13 or 14 or older. Then we got another one from a local breeder and she got poisoned by eating the grands sugar free candy and died. But Rosie is the only house dog that DH dearly loves. She is so spoiled...and sleeps with us. But if she peed on the bed, I would make other sleeping arrangements in a minute.

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Could she has a UTI? I know sometimes dogs pee because they are trying to get your attention. our dog peed years ago on our bed, we figured out he major separation anxiety when we left. Made several adjustments and it's never happened again. and he still sleeps on the bed
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