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I hope the antibiotics help and clear it right up!
My puppy did this and it turned out to be marking. I didn’t recognize it because he didn’t lift his leg. It was very confusing! If I realized it I could have handled it better, but reigning in his freedom and taking him outside the second he did it (whether or not he went potty just a few minutes before) seemed to help. I kept meaning to look up better advice here on the forum, so if it continues you might want to explore here. I know I read some great advice here about it at some point, I just skimmed it because it didn’t click he was marking at the time.
Also, sometimes even at a year old, if my Hav is in a hurry for breakfast he’ll pee really fast and trot towards the door. When he does that I just pick him up, put him down in a different stop, and tell him to go potty again. He’ll usually do it right away. Of course, this is a result of my poor training in the first place, to let him pee real quick before breakfast when he was a new puppy, because he was a winter puppy and it was SO COLD outside! He sure trained me to get him inside and get him breakfast right away!