How can i stop my male pug from marking in my house?

Sheena F: How can i stop my male pug from marking his territory in my house?
We just got a female fun a couple months back and ever since than my male pug has been peeing everywhere it seems. Specially on my bed. I figure its because we got a new puppy but will it ever stop n how can i prevent it??
ohh and he is potty trained
PLS DONT LEAVE RUDE ANSWERS!!!
i’m not getting him neutered. that is not an option. i breed him.
We already have another male dog n he never did it when we got him just wen we got the female!
the male does like the female. they play all the time. i think i will go find that doggy wrap n keep him in a crate wen i cant supervise him. Thanks
A belly band is like a diaper right?? So i put it on wen i leave or wat??

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Answer by veezy s
dump yo man and get wit me

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  1. tanya says

    i have 2 pugs one female and one male he is all the time peeing on everything i benn tring to mate them so i can fix him…… thankgod i have a fenece in backyard but he pees all over the pourch i need help??????

  2. Stephanie says

    My male pug is neutered, potty trained and still marks all over the house. He will come in the house and mark the furniture right after he has gone out to pee several times. The only thing that prevents the marking in the house is the belly band that catches his pee. I agree that the belly band doesn't seem like the healthiest option for all day use, but does save hours of work cleaning up pet urine off the carpet and furniture while your pet is roaming around indoors.

  3. AShea says

    I have the same problem with my pug. This is a common "pug thing". I use the wrap on my pug whenever I'm gone a while.
    I am expecting my first child in a month, and unfortunately I expect to use the wrap pretty much all the time (unless he is sleeping). By marking, he is marking his place. He may feel threatened by the new pup.
    If you decide to buy one, make sure you buy 2 so you can use one and wash the other… don't put it in the dryer. Hope this helps. Good Luck!

  4. iluvtorofl says

    Neutering won't help at this stage. You can do it, but it will be a waste of money.
    Belly bands are wonderful. They are a 4inch wide band of fabric that a sanitary napkin fits into. If the dog lifts his leg, it goes into the pad. I think they are one of the greatest inventions in the history of mankind.
    In the future, if you have a male that you know you don't want to breed, you can completely prevent marking by neutering before 6mo.

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