Customer Service for Subscribers. Is your dog peeing in the house or on other things he shouldn't? It was the dog. Your adorable, sweet and loving pup is the one peeing in the house. If you live with a dog, you can expect pee to happen. Why is your dog peeing in the house?
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US Open's April Fools' Day prank about dogs is pissing everyone off
Get the very latest training tips, techniques, dog nutritional advices, product reviews delivered to your inbox Trust us However, if your dog has formed a habit of urinating carelessly in the house, you need to stop this behavior and also possibly find the root cause of the same. Urinating in the house is usually common among puppies and you need to deal with it when your dog is still young. Here are some of the reasons why your adult dog could be urinating in the house and how to stop this unbecoming behavior. Before you get all worked up about your adult dog peeing all over the house, you need to get him checked up by your Vet. Your vet will take a urine sample and perform certain tests on your dog.
How to Deal With Your Dog Peeing in the House
There are some things you just don't joke about on April Fools' Day, and adding puppies to the US Open is apparently one of them. On April 1, nearly two million people who follow the US Open's Twitter account were betrayed by a breaking news announcement that said the US Open planned to add puppies to the ballperson team in this year's tournament. Naturally, everyone was delighted by the idea of pups chasing down tennis balls at the US Open, but once people realized the announcement was a joke for April Fools' Day, things got ugly. All breeds welcome.
So I really have no Idea what Im doing but I bought one of those above ground garden thingys from walmart Ill post picture later but basically its 9 feet in circumfrence and a I dug about a foot down providing me with about 2 feet of room from top of the soil to where I dug and I planted some indeterminate heirlooms as follows; eva purple ball, brandywine red; ralph red heart, cherokee purple, striped cavern, and one great white and they are doing great except for a little browning around the edges on a few leaves I think i was a little over ambitious with the watering initially but anywho in the midst of this i bought a puppy that took the initiative to water the plants himself and he decided to take a leak on all 11 of my plants I walked out and cought him in action but it was too late I went to survey the damage and saw a heavy misting on all of my plants and I am at a loss for words what do i do will it kill my plants???? Please help should i toss the dog? This happend today so any swift response would be helpful. And honestly, toss the dog? You value tomato seedlings over a family pet?