Pet rat peeing all over himself
This indicates a disturbance, not only for you, but also for the dog. It is not normal for a dog to urinate in his own bed, even as a puppy. The cause is probably not marking, submissive urination, or lack of house training, but a deeper problem, potentially medical. Your dog may urinate in his own bed while he sleeps, releasing only a small amount or a full bladder of urine.
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Peeing in His Sleep in Dogs
What Should I Do When My Old Dog Starts Peeing in the House?
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Can You Be Scared Enough To Pee Your Pants?
As a puppy, your dog will need to be taken out to use the bathroom every few hours. But that is completely normal. This problem tends to happen when the sphincter muscles in the bladder are too weak to allow the dog control over urination.
Dogs are territorial animals. One of the most common examples is when your dog barks to warn potential interlopers that they are about to trespass on his grounds. Some dogs will take this territory marking to the next level by urinating or defecating, which is uncommon in a certain spot. Urine-marking behavior is not a problem of housebreaking ; he is purposefully marking his territory. Dogs are not people.