Why do dogs cover their pee and poop?
The animals are not actually covering up the pee or pooh but spreading their scent. This often happens with animals that are dominant (for instance show dogs).
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Move it's poop to the place where you want it to poop.. Move it's poop to the place where you want it to poop.
their pooping cause its better that peeing it marks territory much better.
Because they push too hard
yes they do sometimes (dah)
If this has been going on for a while, take it to the vet. It may have a serious bladder or poo problem. I am a doctor and most things are similar in pets. Take your pet immed…iately to the vet. \n. \nAnother thing that may help is putting your dog on a diet of 'Innova'.\nFor dog foods you need a high source of protein, and the one that offers the most is Innova Evo with an impressive 43.16% of protein. Also add water to dry food and leave it for half an hour. Adding water aids in digestion, stopps burps and diarreha, and creates healthier dog poops.
\ndont let him in there
Then clean the stuff up and buy them diapers.
Owners of house-broken indoor dogs who take their dogs for a walk before leaving for work will almost always come home to a clean house. The average work day, including trave…l time, will mean that the dog has been left alone in the home for about 10 hours.
When dogs want to do their business, they don't know that they're not allowed to do it inside, so you have to toilet train them like we were when we were younger.
No, not if they are potty trained! You will find drops of bloodsometimes, so don't worry this is normal for when they're inseason.
The reason they do that when they urinate/defecate, it is to mark their territory, possibly to ensure that they are sufficiently masking any other territorial markings. Whe…n they do this before they lie down, it is probably to ensure comfort.
In Domestic Dogs
Get yourself a crate that is large enough for your dog to stand up in and be able to turn around in. Put some nice blankets in it along with some toys such as Nyla bones or a …safe stuffed toy. Put your dog in the crate anytime you cannot watch him or her in the house. Take your dog out often to see if your pet needs to do his duty. If your pet does do his duty outside, be sure to praise him good. If you catch your pet having an accident in the house, tell him firmly NO NO and take him immediately outside. The trick is to let him out often especially after eating. When you cannot watch him, then in the crate he goes, especially at night time. Put the crate near your bed. Hook up a water holder to the inside of the crate too. Your pet will come to love his or her crate as it is their private den to get away from the world in. Pretty soon you can leave the door open and just let him go in or out as he wishes to. It works great at housebreaking & also for your pet's private den or just to keep him in when you have company and don't wish for your pet to be in the middle of everything.
In Domestic Dogs
You give it treats every time it does something good
In Dog Training
YeS.If feces or urine are present at the time of death, the likelihood is they will be released.
because jim carrys funny
In Dog Behavior
Dogs do not urinate or eliminate bowels at the same time. So the answer is NO.