dont talk in a high pitch voice.Dont get excited with ehr and dont not make quick movements.She at the a age where she is in her second "Fear" stage.This submissive peeing does not mean shes not housebroke.Its something she will come out of.Now if she is still going on the floor when your not aorund or whwatever then thats not housebroke.If so keep her on a leash at all times or in a crate when you cant watch her.Dont leave food and water out all the time.take her out about half hour after she eats or drinks.Take her out every few hours.Praise her like she is the best thing in the world when she potties ouside.Do not punish her for going in your house.It was your fault if she goes potty inside.If you keep her on a leash....hooked to you there shouldnt be much problem.They are smart dogs and shes older so she will catch on fast.You may wnat to enroll her in obedience classes,they will raise up her confidence and that will help with the peeing.
Well, since it is an impossibility that the dog is pregnant now and due to deliver in June (which I count out as at least a 6 month gestation period) I would say it is a multiple choice matter whether it is the dog or the owner.
What do you think? Read some of this persons past posts and you will get a feel for what is going on here.
people will you please... i have three dogs two westies and a chow chow on westie is 9 months old and the other is 1 and a half . I am not pernacy!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! and i am sorry the puppies are not due in June ( sorry i thought that the question ask what month the mother was born in)
S&S--I agree with Cocker lover and the fear stage. Yes try and NOT talk in a high pitched voice. Try and remain calm--is there any reason why anyone in your home needs to talk in a high pitched voice? There is something about the high voice that "triggers" a fear in her or some sort of excitement. What is the dog doing prior to the high voice? Is the dog jumping on you cause they are excited to see you or is the dog lying down, hears the voice and urinates? What the dog is doing prior to the urination is important.
Also--very important--go to a pet store and get a product called Natures Miracle. When your pup urinates in the house, remove the dog from the room before you clean it up. When the dog sees you clean up the urination they think this is a game and tend to do it again. Dog out of room, Clean up the wet spot, apply the natures miracle to the area and clean again. The natures miracle has enzymes that will totally remove the urine smell from the area. If the dog can smell the urine "spot" they will containue to urinate in this spot thinking it's "ok". Do not put any other products onto the urinated spot prior to the nature's miracle.
Give us more info on the voice and what is going on prior to the urination and maybe we can be of more help.