OK here is my question .Yoda now thinks he should mount . How is the best way to get him not to mount.Or is it something I will have to just wait this new thinking he has.
Mounting is normal canine behavior for both sexes. It can be a sign of dominance or it could also be a sign a bitch is in heat. <grin> I wouldn't tell a dog "no" if you are wanting to use that dog as a stud. They will think they are doing something wrong, when actually it is a very natural thing for them to do.OK here is my question .Yoda now thinks he should mount . How is the best way to get him not to mount.Or is it something I will have to just wait this new thinking he has.
Did you use an enzyme based cleanser like natures miracle or simple solution and soak it really well?We have a two story home with carpet on stairs and in some of the rooms upstairs....
Mojito is now 19 months and was pretty much house trained as far as peeing goes (very rarely would he pee indoors always in the laundry room which is where his crate is on a tiled floor). Poop is a different issue as occassionaly he would poop in my younest son's room - but mostly he poops outside. Peeing has never been an issue until recently. About a month ago I stepped out of the house for about an hour or so and didn't crate him - I left him loose downstairs we have a gate on the landing of the steps -
Before I left I let him out to potty, but while I was out he pee'ed on the rug in front in front of the gate on the landing. We rigoursly cleaned it out and used some products to remove scent, etc. Unfortunately he's done pee on that spot about 10 more times in the last month with my wife or I cleaning it rigoursly every time... But it has continued.. Interestingly he hasn't pooped in the house for months...
Any thoughts on what to do?