Why Does My Dog Pee On My Bed?

Why Does My Dog Pee On My Bed?

When we finish the day of the work, come back home and get excited that our dogs will jump onto us, the way they welcome us back home. Finish everything we need quickly because the comfy bed where we dream is calling us! I open up the blanket and dive right into my bed just as I used to, but WAIT… What on earth is that?

 

A puddle of water with unlikely oder... No way!!!


Why Does My Dog Pee On My Bed!

 

There’s 3 reasons why your dog would like to pee on your bed —

 

  1. If your dog is still a puppy, just because he is still learning how to control his bladder.
  2. He might just be anxious, nervous, or excited, not properly trained, or he just likes your scent.
  3. Maybe he has Diabetes that if he recently drinks a lot of water or starts urinating everywhere suddenly.

 

So What You Can Do?

 

  1. If your pup piddles because of excitement, do not excite him when he is in you bed.
  2. Never yell at him or rub his nose if he pees in your bed. It will confuse him about urinating and defecating, which can create anxiety. Instead, show him where he is supposed to relieve himself.
  3. If there’s the symptoms of diabetes just mentioned, bring him to see veterinarian and avoid high-sodium foods.
  4. Give him plenty of opportunities to relieve outside so he doesn’t feel the need to urinate indoors.
  5. Close the door of your bedroom when you’re not at home.
  6. Provide your pup a comfortable Calming Dog Bed to rest can simply relieve his anxiety, and he won’t feel nervous easily again.

 

Conclusion

 

Pups are our best friends and they are always adorable, but the puddle on the bed will never be the scene we want to see. 

And the simplest way to decrease the chance your pup urinate accidentally, is to give him a better quality sleep that make him feel calm and supported, so they can consolidate their skills on learning and recognition to not pee on the bed.

That’s why having a good quality sleep for dogs is so important, so try Pupdreams today, and see you pup refusing to leave the bed!