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Posted on: 9:33:41 AM 4/13/2007

Wow - that is so interesting!

Posted on: 6:53:12 AM 4/13/2007

My female is spayed but my male is not. So - is it ok if my male keeps doing this?

Posted on: 9:45:35 PM 4/12/2007

Every time my female doberman urinates, my male doberman goes directly to the spot licks the grass while urinating himself. His mouth also does this weird opening and closing thing after her licks her urine.
What's the deal?!?
Is this bad,...

Posted on: 10:20:56 AM 12/28/2006

I put a gate up in front of where he was marking and he hasn't done it since, thanks!!!!!

Posted on: 7:53:30 PM 12/26/2006

Nope, not neutered yet! That makes a difference?

One this I just did was actually start spraying the tree itself instead of just cleaning the floor (wood) below. Hopefully when he goes by now he will not smell his mark, right?

Posted on: 7:43:40 PM 12/26/2006

I have two dobermans - a one year old female and an 11 month old male. We have had our tree up for about a month now and just today my male dobie pup urinated on the tree 6 times. Each time I scold him, etc. but he keeps doing it.

Why ...

Posted on: 8:36:48 AM 12/22/2006

Thanks for all of your suggestions!!! I will definitely try all of the above.

It is funny, we actually have two dobes and it is only our girl that does this. Our boy is so much more layed back and much bigger and he never tries to get ...

Posted on: 11:29:06 AM 12/21/2006

So - Gunny - do you agree with the tape suggestion?

Posted on: 11:03:39 AM 12/21/2006

So do you do this for a while and then they just stop doing it or do you always have to keep it up there?

Posted on: 10:59:18 AM 12/21/2006

Regular double sided tape or something more heavy-duty?

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