SusanB: How can I stop my male poodle from peeing on the floor & furniture?
I have grown up with poodles. About two years ago, we adopted a new male poodle after ours passed away from cancer. He is a sweet baby, but we are still having a problem with him peeing on everything. At first we thought, he was marking his territory, but he’s the only animal in the house & has been since we got him. He has enough allergies & asthma (breathing problems) that the vet is afraid he will die if he is given anesthesia to be neutered, so I am looking for other ideas.
I have had 2 different vets say they don’t feel comfortable performing the neuter surgery on him.
Also, we take him out after he eats & he goes to the bathroom, but at random times, we’ll notice he’s left the room & then we find it in another room. (He also does it while we’re asleep at night, even though he gets to go out to the yard just before bed & first thing in the morning.)
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Answer by corkykayorcas
wow, well the reason why he is peeing is because he is not nuetered.
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