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Stop Your Boston Terrier Peeing Everywhere

June 16th, 2008 · 2 Comments

As cute and adorable as Boston terriers are, the last thing you want is to have your dog wandering around your beautiful home and relieving himself on your furniture.

Unfortunately he/she may find toilets in a range of places around the home, and much to your dismay you may find that your favorite armchair, or your sturdy writing desk has become a firm favorite with your dog to lift his leg and take a pee!

If you find that your he is wandering off in order to lift his leg and urinate on the furniture in another room there are some steps that you can take.

It is important, first of all, not to let him wander off into other rooms where the room is empty, as he is then free to urinate on the furniture without anyone there to reprimand and stop him. This will result in him getting into the bad habit of being able to lift his leg with no consequences, thus in a way encouraging him to do this.

Whenever you are not around, keep your Boston terrier in a designated place or his kennel where there is no furniture for him to urinate on.

This will get him into the habit of doing his business in the proper way rather than leaving you with damp smelly furniture, or soiled carpets! Also, you need to remember that in a dog’s world there is a definite “pecking order”, and it’s important that you establish yourself as being at the top of the pecking order.

You can find training your Boston terrier with these proven methods will help with the “peeing problem”, as you can then assert yourself if he tried to wander off into an empty room - and if he’s been well trained he will listen.

In the meantime, remember not to leave doors to other rooms open when you are with him, as it is all too easy for him to slyly slip away when you are not looking, and start taking his revenge on your beautiful furnishings!

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Tags: Boston Terrier Training

2 responses so far ↓

  • 1 shasta // Oct 2, 2008 at 11:43 am

    ( my father’s website )
    I will do that, but my boston doesn’t just do it because he has to go, but if he smells another dog.

  • 2 Bossys mom // Dec 20, 2009 at 11:28 am

    Ugggggg I was changing the sheets on my bed and he raised his leg right there and let the pillow have it…..that is where he also sleeps….any thoughts?

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