Determining the specific reason is essential for developing a treatment program. Dogs that soil the home continuously or intermittently from the time they were first obtained may not have been properly house-trained. Dogs that have been previously house-trained may begin to soil the home for medical reasons or behavioural reasons. Assuming medical causes can be ruled out see below , some of the behavioural causes can include:
House soiling - Elimination and marking problems in dogs
There are lots of different symptoms of Canine Dysfunction, and urinary incontinence is just one of them. Although this all sounds worrying, there are things you and your veterinarian can do to help your senior dog if he does turn out to be experiencing old dog syndrome. Your vet can make a diagnosis and make sure Fido gets the right treatment. This is a normal territorial behavior and has nothing to do with house-training! A dog who is lifting his leg to urinate on door-frames, furniture legs, wall corners and so on could simply be staking his claim.
Originally posted by JasterMereel: My roommate is up and the bed wetter is gone. My roommate is being pretty good cleaning it up. He's saying that he didn't know his friend peed on the couch. Little does he know that when he turns in his rent check in 2 days that I'm going to be telling him to find another place to live.