Cat peeing in new house

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Is your supposedly house-trained dog suddenly peeing inside again? Animal behaviorist Alexis Toriello can help. What would you like to know? Why do Some Shelter Dogs Have Tattoos? Is your dog’s microchip causing more harm than good? Heather Barnett is a freelance writer and foodie whose work has been featured in blogs, websites, magazines, and TV and radio ads.

If your dog who has been house-trained for years suddenly started peeing inside, you’re not alone. My 15-year-old dog, Mosby, suddenly felt the need to urinate all over the house — and he had me so concerned that I reached out to a dog behaviorist in hopes of some answers. I was concerned about incontinence because of Mosby’s age. But I also couldn’t help but wonder if Mosby was relieving himself inside because we were experiencing snow in a part of the country that hardly ever experiences freezing temperatures. When does dog anxiety become a serious problem? And Mosby wasn’t trying to hide his new defiant behavior, either — he did it right in front of me twice!

I had to know what the deal was. According to Toriello, the first stop is the vet. You have to eliminate any potential medical issues. Even if your vet doesn’t find anything specifically related to incontinence, that doesn’t mean there isn’t an issue, so it’s important to tell your vet everything. There could be an indirect medical cause. Dogs suffering from joint pain may not be able to move around as well. Dogs with reduced eyesight might not be able to get around as well.

If your dog is elderly, it may also be time for a hard truth. In senior dogs it is most likely a symptom of cognitive decline. Older dogs frequently get confused about where they are, so naturally that would cause them to be confused about where to eliminate — or think they’re eliminating in an appropriate place when they’re not,» Toriello explains. What if it’s not medical? If your vet signs off on your pooch’s health, it may be a behavioral issue. If you can’t think of anything that’s changed, there are potential explanations. It’s possible something has changed that you aren’t aware of. Maybe a dog has moved into another apartment or home near you and your dog is uncomfortable. Are we over-vaccinating our pets? It’s also possible your vet missed something. Even subtle things like the fact that it’s going downstairs more slowly than previously or not eating quite as much as it used to? This is the time to think about what you might have missed because it happened slowly over time. What does behavioral elimination mean?