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    Question Excitement Peeing - when Does It Stop?!

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    Our 10 week old pup still gets so excited when new people come to the house that she tends to pee herself. She wags like crazy in a humble and cautious but not scared kind of way - she wants play with the newcomer.

    At what age does this leakage usually stop?!

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    Sorry but some dogs do it their entire lives but most do grow out of it by a year.
    Also the more times you can put her into the situations that are making her pee the less exciting it will become & therefore she will piss less most of the time anyway.

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    Totally ignore the behavior and get new comers to totally ignore her as well until she has settled down. Don't make a fuss. If she is about to roll over just quietly walk away.

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    My Neo is still doing it at 2 years

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    Quote Originally Posted by peter70 View Post
    My Neo is still doing it at 2 years



    Is it only when very excited? If she loses small amounts at other times such as when she sleeps heavily you should get her checked.
    I have known of 4 different Neo bitches that needed surgery to fix leaking urine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by molly33 View Post
    Totally ignore the behavior and get new comers to totally ignore her as well until she has settled down. Don't make a fuss. If she is about to roll over just quietly walk away.
    I would take this path too after I had made sure there was no medical issues.
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    Quote Originally Posted by crazydog View Post
    Is it only when very excited? If she loses small amounts at other times such as when she sleeps heavily you should get her checked.
    I have known of 4 different Neo bitches that needed surgery to fix leaking urine.

    Its a he, and he only does it in moments of excitement, problem being large dog, large amount.

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    Finley/Peter70 (I'm confused, are there two of you?)

    My dog did this a lot when she was little to the point where I'd insist that any greeting of new people took place outside - on the lawn. Once the greeting was done, it's all good - until next time. There's one particular bloke who winds her up so much - he thinks she's great and it's mutual that she still pees herself when she sees him, so I make sure we're outside.

    She's two now, it's been much less of a problem for the last few months. She will still pee if a big dog rushes her when she's upside down, but that's a different story.

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    Quote Originally Posted by peter70 View Post
    Its a he, and he only does it in moments of excitement, problem being large dog, large amount.
    well being a boy theres no way he has the problem I was thinking, lol.

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    My dog is four years old, and she still pees. I've accepted that she will pee whenever she is excited, so I take her out when the mowing lady arrives, when her favourite people arrive. It's not something you can train out of a dog, it's something you have to accept. She pees when she goes to the dog grooming salon, she pees when she goes to the vet. She just gets excited. I usually go out with a couple of nappies in my bag to clean up what she leaves.

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