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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 03-11-2012, 06:47 PM Thread Starter
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Thumbs down excitement pee?

We had some company over when he was very younge, about 12-13 weeks i think, but when they came over he excitement peed everywhere. Now ever since that day, when company comes over, he excitement pees. Does anybody know why they do this and how to stop/prevent this from happening?

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We didn't have this problem with Kodi, but from what I understand, most puppies outgrow it as their bladder matures.


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Yes Atticus has always done this, I keep hoping he will grow out of it. It is better,it is just a little pee but still a pain. We have a stone entrance so it's easy to clean. Don't scold them as they have no idea they are doing it. I make him sit,which helps, if I get to the door in time. Also take him out before company arrives so he is empty.You can also remove him from greeting company till he has calmed down a bit. I will ask my vet my next visit as I thought he would be over it by now. He is almost a year old

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I had a dog who did this. Vet told me the best thing is to never say anything to them, or pet them until they have gone potty. Just ignore til then. He also said when company does come over, make sure and have him go potty if you can, and tell company to ignore him until he has calmed down. Good luck
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My 5 month old Jackson started to do this too. When guests arrive in my home, I politely let them know to ignore Jackson until he has had time to settle down and get use to people being in the house. This seems to be working for me maybe it will work for you. I know it's hard when you have a Havanese as they are hard to resist because they are so darn cute and loveable.
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I LOVE Jacksons colours! Very pretty
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