My Little 3 years dog mini pinscher urinate when he feel in any spot.

I live in an apartment one bedroom etc.

Every time he smells plastic bag or see a leg of a table, he rise his leg and pee.
when I see him just raising his leg I said NOOO! And he stop, but when I do not see him :-) he enjoy himself doing it.

i prepared a solution with alcohol. Hydrogen peroxide, and Clorox, he just look for another place.

any other ideas that I can make at home to spray?

thanks to all out there.


  8 answers
  • Nancy Turner Nancy Turner on Feb 06, 2018
    I have had male miniature pinchers in the past, they are well known for being resistant to potty training. You want to get rid of the odors that are present on the table legs, and make sure there are no plastic bags for him to use. I use vinegar to get rid of pet odors, but once they are used to doing it, they will still go to there spots they are used to using. You could try putting down potty training pads nest to his favorite spots, and when used to them, move them away from the furniture legs gradually and see if that helps move him to a more acceptable area. Try to wipe down with vinegar any where he likes to pee to get rid of the odor. Good luck!

  • Melissa V Melissa V on Feb 06, 2018
    Sorry to say, Sam, you have a male and they want to mark their territory constantly, and they don’t outgrow it. Have you had him neutered? This will help a LOT.
    I hope you have plenty of time throughout the day to take him outside and go for walks (make sure to bring poop bags with you).
    Definitely talk to your vet about neutering, and keep up the puppy training (even classes would be great for you!).

  • Lor24490907 Lor24490907 on Feb 06, 2018
    The answer isn't a spray, it's training. Unfortunately, once he's marked an area he's probably inclined to mark that area again. I'd search online for solutions to that or consult with a dog trainer. Many of the big pet food stores offer training services. They can also help you with cleaning products that will eliminate urine smells so he doesn't continue this habit.

  • Johnavallance82 Johnavallance82 on Feb 06, 2018
    Go see your Vet and ask about the problem, HE IS MARKING HIS TERRITORY, BUT Vet may say he needs to be castrated..

  • Dfm Dfm on Feb 06, 2018
    If he’s not neutered, he will continue to mark his territory. If you neuter him later he may still try to mark his territory. There are pet products with enzyme cleaners to neutralize the odors.

  • Mogie Mogie on Feb 06, 2018
    Unless you are a professional breeder the dog needs to be fixed. Then taken outside on a regular basis to pee. But get the dog fixed. He will live longer and be easier to handle.

  • Cindy Hagemann Cindy Hagemann on Feb 06, 2018
    Get him fixed, if he is not already fixed and train him to only go outside. You can put down puppy pads near the door you take him outside, so it he must go in the house - it will be on the pads.