Proper training and socialization can also help keep them calm. If your canine is a submissive urinator, then start by introducing different people to them a few times a week. This can help get them to use different people around them.
Many times, taking them to dog parks or pet stores can help socialize your dog. If your dog gets excited when you come home and they urinate, try to make coming home not as excited.
There are many reasons that your pup may be urinating on your bed. While this can be very frustrating, there are many things that you can do to help these behaviors. Make an appointment with your veterinarian can examine any potential problems.
Routine bloodwork will help rule out any medical problems with your dog. If your dog is peeing on your bed due to a behavioral problem, then working with them on training and socialization will help them stop this unwanted behavior.
Supplements are also a great addition to your dog’s diet to help with these unwanted behaviors that we also recommend that you try.