In your house, they roll in your dirty underwear and, you guessed it, your bed.Young dogs especially have to be careful, so they try to cover the smell of their urine as well.Beau stole things - shoes, remotes, mobile phones, you name it he stole it!
This is the reason why I joined Bark Busters and it has been such an eye opener to actually see life through a dog’s eyes and start communicating with them in a way that they understand.
These days I understand them and they understand and obey me!
So, to avoid running into one of their foes they try to cover their scent.
In the wild (and often on farms or in the country), dogs will roll in the nastiest things, like poop or dead animals.
One thing I've heard from quite a few clients is that their puppy will pee in their bed.
Honestly, a few occasions it hasn't even been a puppy at all, but rather a young adult.
Worst of all Beau started showing aggression towards Harvey and I became worried that it might change his gentle nature.
I soon realized that I was out of my depth with 3 dogs, all of whom were much cleverer than me and had me brilliantly trained. I searched for a non-physical, kind and effective method of training which would take place in the home, since both Beau and Harvey were good at training classes but definitely not good at home!
Next, you want to make sure your dog is completely housebroken. When you're cleaning up a mess, try using a special pet odor eliminator (I use Hartz). If you're one of those unlucky people who sweat a lot at night, wash your sheets (including your mattress cover) on a regular basis.
Your dog may be confused as to where he's supposed to go.
When they encounter a predator, they have two choices.