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      When this happens is your husband making eye contact with him, or leaning over him? My MIL's doxie is a submissive pee-er, usually when people first come over and then she's fine. I avoid eye contact with her at first and try to avoid leaning over her.

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      Quote Originally Posted by arentspowell View Post
      When this happens is your husband making eye contact with him, or leaning over him? My MIL's doxie is a submissive pee-er, usually when people first come over and then she's fine. I avoid eye contact with her at first and try to avoid leaning over her.
      I guess both. But he's been always doing that. I told him to squat down to pretty Archie and be calm.


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      My pure bred mini doxie used to do it with me and some one if he does not see regulary like when my MIL visits. My neighbour has a british bull dog . She absolutely loves me . She always escapes to hang with me. She peeps only for me .We were over there last night and she goes bananas and peeps in excitement.

      I think he just got over it as hd got older. I believe it's genetic as does get better aas they aage. My mini doxie got solid after 2 or. 3 . Still I ignored him when I come home still he is settled. I usually ask him to do a a few tricks and then pet.

      My wife when we met a few decades ago. Had a cocker annd he was sweet , lived in a apartment . Not alot of excerise but was very solid and home alone all day.

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      Quote Originally Posted by silverfz View Post
      My pure bred mini doxie used to do it with me and some one if he does not see regulary like when my MIL visits. My neighbour has a british bull dog . She absolutely loves me . She always escapes to hang with me. She peeps only for me .We were over there last night and she goes bananas and peeps in excitement.

      I think he just got over it as hd got older. I believe it's genetic as does get better aas they aage. My mini doxie got solid after 2 or. 3 . Still I ignored him when I come home still he is settled. I usually ask him to do a a few tricks and then pet.

      My wife when we met a few decades ago. Had a cocker annd he was sweet , lived in a apartment . Not alot of excerise but was very solid and home alone all day.

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      2-3 years!?!? Shoot me! We've increased Archie's exercise and my hubby has been spending more time with him. He's doing better with peeing around my husband now. But he's still urinating in the house. He's become completely unreliable with that. I should've stuck with labs!


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      Quote Originally Posted by annkie View Post
      2-3 years!?!? Shoot me! We've increased Archie's exercise and my hubby has been spending more time with him. He's doing better with peeing around my husband now. But he's still urinating in the house. He's become completely unreliable with that. I should've stuck with labs!


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      This also reminded that thar dog was so much that he left small pee puddles is hidden spots in the house.ofcourse I am always bare feet and used to step in them.especially on the corner of the bed.

      I think he got better as he aged.

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