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Re: Excitement pee
Mon Nov 11, 2013 17:02

It has nothing to do with the breed of dog. Some dogs get more excited than others and they pee, it goes away as they get older. If you know when your dog get excited you can easily prevent it from happening by taking her out right before she sees that person. Prevention is the best tool with dogs. Having a calm environment would be helpful. Dogs get excited from pitch of our voice. The higher pitch, the higher level of excitement.
I know you are as excited to see your dog as she is after you were gone all day, but when you walk in take 5 minutes or so to check your mail or do whatever before you say hi to her. She should sit and be polite before she gets any attention from you or anyone. If she hasn't gone out all day and you are the first person who walks in, before saying anything, put the leash on and take her out to do her business. If someone is home with her have her or him to take her out 15 minutes before you get home.
It will get better as she gets older.

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