Do male dogs spray?

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Both male and female dogs may spray, or mark what they consider their territory with urine. Dogs that are not spayed or neutered are more likely to spray. Spraying can occur when a dog is excited, because of anxiety or stress or because of new elements in its environment.

A dog may spray as a result of a medical condition. Conditions to look for include incontinence and urinary tract infections. Excessive excitement during play time, being exposed to female dogs in heat, receiving punishment, suffering from separation anxiety and not receiving proper house training can all result in a male dog spraying urine.

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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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Male cats spray to mark territory or find a female to mate with. If you have a unfixed male with an unfixed female chances are the male will spray. It smells awful but there is nothing
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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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