Male Dogs Spray?

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Male dogs who are not neutered are more likely to spray than male dogs that have been neutered. Some suggestions to stop a male dog from spraying in the house include cleaning the marked spots to eliminate the scent and using sprays to mask the scent so that they do not mark the territory again.
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1. Schedule an appointment to have your male dog neutered. This is often enough to stop the problem marking. Get your male dog neutered at as young an age as possible, before marking
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Because there mad or horny.
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1) You can use a black light to see where he sprayed. And now that it's close to Halloween, these lights are easier to find. 2) Don't use Febreeze... that will only cover up the smell
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Dogs mark their territory by urinating. They do not have the adaptations to spray. !
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