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    Quote Originally Posted by Cleasanta View Post
    chopped off his ball bag
    Aww shucks I've already gone that rout..! Maybe I should put a peg on the end of it!

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    Also it means that the cars are safe
    OH's work car gets pissed on by farmers dog all the time!!! its always the same wheel.. Boss pisses on it now but we tell him no!!

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    I don't want him doing it everywhere outside either! I have a pergola and kids toys that I DO NOT want dog wee on!! I don't want to do the water spray as he is HIGHLY frightened of water and has been beaten in his 'other' life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angela's Gone Batty View Post
    I prefer boys not to lift their legs! Walks are so much nicer without having to stop at every single tree, post and anything else sticking out of the ground having to be thoroughly inspected, inspected some more and peed on before the walk can continue.

    Also it means that the cars are safe
    you can stop this...you decide what bloody trees he is allowed to mark

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    Quote Originally Posted by cate0404 View Post
    I don't want him doing it everywhere outside either! I have a pergola and kids toys that I DO NOT want dog wee on!! I don't want to do the water spray as he is HIGHLY frightened of water and has been beaten in his 'other' life.
    oh boy...poor boy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cleasanta View Post
    you can stop this...you decide what bloody trees he is allowed to mark
    Ooh I know that! But it's better when it doesn't happen at all

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    Quote Originally Posted by cate0404 View Post
    I don't want him doing it everywhere outside either! I have a pergola and kids toys that I DO NOT want dog wee on!! I don't want to do the water spray as he is HIGHLY frightened of water and has been beaten in his 'other' life.
    Have you tried treating him like he's a baby puppy for a while? Every time you see him sniffing or heading for something it looks like he's going to piddle on take him out and to the same spot and praise him for going there?

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    Have been doing that while he is inside - but can't do it all the time while he is outside. I can not use any sort of negative enforcement so have been 'babying' him instead for the good. But still he wee's on EVERYTHING!!!

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