Rescue dog peeing

by beh devine
(wappingers falls new yolk)

We want to rescue a female great pyr. we understand that she will go over to the other dogs food dish and pee in it when he is finished. they have been separated but she still does this.
what is this all about?

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Peeing in dish
by: Donna

It’s hard to say. It helps to know a dog’s background. Presumably she is spayed.

It could be her deciding that is her dish, too. Personally, I would simply watch her. When she is done eating work with her to change that behaviour to something else.

Teach her a distraction once she finishes eating. It will become automatic once she finishes eating, in time.For example, take her outside and treat her. It sounds like this has become a habit so it’s time to change what she does after she eats.

Don’t punish her. If this is her worst behaviour, that is workable.

Here is a free dog training workshop you might consider

https://m.facebook.com/groups/freedogtrainingworkshop/?ref=group_header&view=group

A free online program - at least it was. Well worth the investment.

https://dogsthat.com/home-school/

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