Have you ever experienced submissive urination in your dog? It is nothing but when you back home form work, your dog flip belly up and urinate. I have experienced this problem with my Golden retriever. I have consulted my vet. he gave few wonderful and useful idea that helps me a lot to prevent this problem. Today I am going to share those solutions for submissive urination in dogs for your kind perusal
1. Ignore your dog completely when you come home, direct your dog directly to the outside, go out or wait till dog urinates then give them your attention justly deserved after returning home. With young dogs/pups sometimes there urination control muscle has not yet developed and will come with time. But the same holds true with older dogs who have lost some control.
2. Don’t intimidate your submissively urinating dog.
3. Once you come home, do not get over excited and speak gently.
4. Dogs often mirror the behavior they are shown, so if you and your company are quiet and calm and ignore the dog, it will help your dog learn to acclimate without becoming overly excited!
5. If possible, get him outside to potty where it is appropriate.