Dogs have a natural instinct to pee on things that smell like other dogs. The smell of urine on a balcony will attract other dogs to pee there as well, which will help to train your dog to pee on the balcony.
To start, you will need to find a spot on the balcony where your dog is most likely to pee. Once you have found the spot, put a few drops of your dog’s urine on the spot. Once your dog pees on the spot, praise them and give them a treat.
Repeat this process every day until your dog begins to pee on the spot automatically. Once your dog is peeing on the spot consistently, you can stop putting urine on the spot.
Why Is My Potty Trained Dog Peeing In The House
Your potty trained dog may be peeing in the house because he has not been properly trained. If your dog is not potty trained, he may not know how to properly use the bathroom outside. It is important to properly train your dog how to use the bathroom so he does not pee in the house.
If your dog is peeing in the house and he has been properly potty trained, there may be another reason why he is doing this. Dogs may start to pee in the house when they are feeling anxious or stressed. If your dog is peeing in the house and you have not been able to determine why, you may want to consider taking him to a dog behavioral specialist to help determine the root of the problem.
How To Train Your Dog To Stop Peeing When Excited
There is no one perfect way to train your dog to stop peeing when excited, but there are a few methods that are likely to be more successful than others. The key to success is to be consistent and to remain patient with your dog.
One common method for training a dog to stop urinating when excited is to use a cue word or signal. When your dog starts to pee, say “No” in a firm voice and then immediately take him outside to the appropriate spot to pee. If your dog is successful, reward him with a treat and lots of praise.
Another method for training a dog to stop peeing when excited is to use a spray bottle. When your dog starts to pee, squirt him with water and say “No” in a firm voice. If your dog is successful, reward him with a treat and lots of praise.
Whichever method you choose, it is important to be consistent with your commands and rewards. If you accidentally slip up and allow your dog to pee inside, do not punish him. Simply put him back on his training regimen and be more vigilant in the future.
It is also important to be patient with your dog. He may not learn how to stop peeing when excited overnight, but with patience and perseverance, you can train him to do so.
How To Train A Dog Not To Pee In House
There are a few basic things you can do to train your dog not to pee in the house. The most important is to be consistent with your commands and rewards.
First, always use the same word or phrase to cue your dog that it’s time to go outside to pee. Some people use “pee” or “potty,” while others say “go to the bathroom.” You may also want to use a hand signal, such as pointing to the door.
Second, always reward your dog when it pees outside. This could be with a pat on the head, a treat, or verbal praise.
It may take a little time, but with patience and consistency, your dog will learn to pee outside instead of in the house.
How To Train An Older Dog To Pee Outside
The process of housebreaking an older dog can be a little more difficult than housebreaking a younger dog, but it can be done. The first step is to confine your dog to a small area, such as a bathroom or a fenced-in yard, and put him on a strict feeding and potty schedule.
Take your dog outside to pee every hour, and reward him with a treat when he goes potty in the right spot. Gradually increase the amount of time between potty breaks, but continue to take him outside every hour until he is reliably going potty outside.
If your dog has an accident in the house, don’t scold him. Clean up the mess and put him back in his confinement area. He’ll learn eventually that going potty inside is not acceptable.
Be patient and consistent with your dog, and he will eventually learn to pee outside like a good dog.
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