In submissive urination, it is believed that dogs pee when theyfeel subservient. They pee when you return home or when you reach out to touch them on the head to pet them. While submissive urination is something that usually happens in puppies and is something that they usually grow out of, sometimes it is a problem in older dogs, as well.
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Why does my dog pee when he sees me?
There are two main reasons why your dog may be peeing when he sees you, either 鈥渟ubmissive鈥?urination or excitement urination. Take a look at what these two types of urination are.
Is your dog peeing on the floor for no reason?
Intile is a member of The Spruce Pets’ Veterinary Review Board. If your new housebroken puppy or rescued dog occasionally pees on the floor for no apparent reason, then you might have a dog with a submissive or excitement urination issue.
What does it mean when a dog pees submissive?
Submissive peeing is a submissive gesture that can happen when a dog is over-excited, anxious and/or fearful. You cannot punish your dog for submissive peeing because your dog is not doing it on purpose and cannot help it. If your dog is young, it can sometimes be outgrown. How do I work on stopping it?
Is it normal for a puppy to pee when you pet it?
As we said in the introduction, urination is a natural process for dogs. However, if you are worried about a puppy peeing when you pet them, this is different. They are still getting to grips with their world and their bodily functions. Puppies begin to have bladder contro l at around 15 to 20 days.