If your dog suddenly starts peeing a lot, or is straining to pee, it's often an indication that the dog is having some underlying health issue, such as UTIs, bladder or kidney problems. Sometimes, the problem may be unrelated to the urinary system, such as diabetes, and Cushing's disease.
“Dogs who exhibit excitement urination do not show submissive body language,” says Dr. Lisa Radosta, a board-certified veterinary behaviorist. Instead they exhibit joyous behavior such as wiggling, jiggling, and jumping as they happily urinate on the floor. This often leads to the spraying of urine everywhere. 2.
Lack of housetraining is a possible cause of urine marking. If your dog is urinating in the same spot regularly, he's going to continue the behavior until the smell of urine is eliminated. The key to stopping the behavior is cleanliness, revamping the restricted pee area and altering the dog's natural animal instincts. Neuter or spay your dog.
YOU CAN get your dog to stop peeing in the house and it’s really not that hard. There is indeed a secret to it. The trouble is most people don’t follow a formula that works because they think it’s gonna be hard and they have this idea in their head that its not nice to their dog.