Dog Marking & Housesoiling

Diagnosing And Treating Urinary Incontinence In Dogs

Urinary incontinence happens when a dog that is usually house trained and able wait until they find an appropriate place to urinate loses control of their bladder. It’s often easily treated, and the medications are not expensive, so the sooner you get your dog to the veterinarian, the better.

by DogTime
July 2nd

Dog Marking & House Soiling

Dog marking and house soiling may smell the same, but they are two entirely different things. Learn the difference as well as how to treat and prevent both behaviors.

by DogTime
March 4th, 2010

Intro to housetraining

The more time you devote to housetraining and the sooner you start, the faster and easier it will be.

by DogTime
August 3rd, 2009

Bringing home a second dog

One of the thorniest issues a pet owner may face is introducing another dog or puppy into the family. A dog who has had the house and family to himself may not welcome another dog in his “den,” and may resent having to share his family’s attention. The initial meeting is important, so you’ll need […]

by DogTime
July 23rd, 2009

How to know it’s time to stop housetraining

Just one indoor accident can create a bad habit and cause a housetraining setback. You may be eager to stop confining your pup to a crate or playroom, but keep in mind, she’ll enjoy much more freedom in the long run if she’s reliably housetrained. When ending housetraining, it really pays to be cautious and […]

by DogTime
May 15th, 2009
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