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Why do Teacup Puppies and Dogs urine mark in the house?


Instructions On How to Stop a Male Dog From Marking Territory in a House

To stop your male dog from marking his territory in the house, you first need to understand why he is doing it. A male dog will instinctively mark his territory to protect it from a perceived threat as well as to build his confidence.  They use urine as a powerful communication tool. From it, it is believed that dogs can determine important information such as species, gender, if a female dog is in season and much more.


Urine marking is usually a result of stress and anxiety to some factor- or factors- within their household. Here are some of the most typical ones:

  • Introduction of a new baby or unwelcome guest.
  • The introduction of another puppy or a dog staying with you.
  • Your Teacup Puppy accesses areas of your house it does not usually have access to.
  • Objects entering your house that have the scent of other Puppies.

Tips on How To Make them stop.

  1. Have your male Teacup Puppy or dog neutered by a veterinarian. An intact male Teacup Puppy is much more likely to mark his territory inside the home than a neutered one.

  2. Supervise your male Teacup Puppy at all times in the house while you are training him not to mark. Confine him in a comfortable crate when you are unable to supervise and correct his marking behavior.

  3. Use a belly band to catch urine and to discourage territorial marking.

  4. Interrupt territorial marking and take your dog outside. Give your dog praise when he urinates appropriately. Never punish your male dog for territorial marking, it will only harm your relationship.

  5. Clean soiled areas with pet enzyme products and if possible restrict your dog's access to these areas. If this is not possible, remove territorial triggers such as food and water, the toy basket.

  6. Establish yourself as the leader in your relationship with your male Teacup Puppy.

  7. Consult your veterinarian for advice and direction. Your veterinarian can refer you to a puppy behaviorist or trainer for help.

  • Ensure any areas that your dog has urine marked are fully cleaned with an ammonia free cleaner (such as Formula Disinfectant and sprayed with an odor eliminator. Attempting to mask urine smell with scents and air fresheners will not be effective.
  • Praise your dog when they urinate in the correct places (i.e. outside).
  • Where possible, keep strange dogs away from your house.