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The Best Way To Stop Your Dog From Peeing In The House

The Best Way To Stop Your Dog From Peeing In The House

You're dog is still peeing in the house. Your dog is an adult dog and for the life of you it seems this shouldn't still be a problem with everything you've tried.  It can feel this way with a puppy too, but sometimes it feels even worse with an adult dog.

Well, you may be doing everything right when it comes to the steps to take to potty train, but this one thing. It's an enzyme thing...

And if you don't know the steps are need a refresher, read on. 

Either way, you'll find out about this one thing that can change everything when it comes to potty training your dog.

It's the mistake 99% of people make when it comes to dealing with potty training your dog or puppy.

With this information, know that you will solve this peeing in the house issue very soon!

Seriously, keep this process simple. Follow these steps and you'll be on your way to potty trained dog. Lose the idea that it's hard, your dog just doesn't get it, or that it's mean. Mean is being mad at your dog because they don't get it and you didn't know how to show them what to do or exactly how to clean up the mess to stop your dog form doing it again.

I've been training dogs for over 16 years and I know that this works and that your dog won't be mad at you! I promise.

And the great thing is if you pay attention to this one thing most people don't do it's going to make the job way simple, total success. Happy you, happy dog.

Here’s What To Do To Stop Your Dog From Peeing in the House

Take your dog out to your chosen pee spot OFTEN on a leash.

Everything is a picture to your dog. Dogs learn by repetition. Take your dog to the exact spot you want the peeing to go on all the time.

  • When you get up in the morning, the very first thing you do, take your dog out.
  • Right before you go to bed, (and in the middle of the night if its a young puppy.)
  • Whenever you come home, first thing, take your dog out.
  • At first, in the retraining, every few hours, just to make sure.

The retraining phase can go quickly if you don't leave your dog unattended running lose in the house. This is only during the re-training phase.

This is the one people have a hard time with, go into this whole guilt thing of feeling like it's mean. It's not mean. Would you leave a baby on it's own with no crib or playpen? 

I didn't think so. It's really the same for a dog when it comes to training. And besides, dogs naturally like dens. It's really not mean.

Crate your dog or use an x-pen if you are not watching your dog, with your dog, or engaging with your dog in some way. Again, this is only for  short time and the more repetitions of correct behavior in a row you can get the faster this process will go. 

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When you dog pees in the right spot it's time for celebration. Use treats, your voice, pets. Do whatever happens to be a reward for your dog. 

We all want to be told we did a good job. We all want to know we are doing it right. This works for dog. In the moment your dog is doing the right thing, reward! 

And without further ado here is the big mistake. The one 99% of people make when it comes to potty training. 

Not know how to clean up the mistake properly.


Hopefully you are still reading if you've already done all the steps above.. because you could to the all, but if you miss this, you could still have a big potty training problem. If you don't clean up the mistakes properly, the problem could continue.

I swear dog trainers don't want this secret out there. It ruins some job security for them!

Being the non product person I am, normally I wouldn't be telling you to buy something. I'd be telling you to do something. In this case.. this is the secret so I'm gonna tell you to get it. Without a doubt get it.

Several years ago when I was training search dogs for scent, I learned this secret and it made me look like an absolute rock star whenever someone asked me to set up a training session for potty training.

The dog "bathroom" is calling to your dog through the nose. They smell the enzyme left by urine (that by the way doesn't come out with just any cleaner) and that's where they go. So if there are spots in the house that haven't been cleaned with the proper enzyme cleaner your dog clearly thinks it's the doggie bathroom.

Here's a great example: You dog stops at every bush, tree or post to sniff? And often times your dog pees there too, even if it’s only a couple of drops?

PEE HERE! That's the urine enzyme. It's a calling card to your dog that this is the spot that must be peed on. 

If you don't remove or clean that pee enzyme from your house, good luck with stopping your dog from peeing there again.

Good news! Here’s what you should do to remove that enzyme and get your dog to stop peeing in the house.

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So now you know. The cleaners or liquid that cover up the smell don't get the enzyme out. Instead get Urine Out which in fact removes the enzyme, the stain, and the silent announcement to your dog that says, “The dog bathroom is here!”

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