Be a Good Boy
There are tons of reasons why your dog or cat might pee outside of designated areas, but one of the biggest ones would be the pet being upset. For cats, peeing outside of litter boxes is usually a sign of them marking their territory, and a lot of the time it’s after another animal has been in the house.
When cats are upset they are likely to “act out” by urinating in inappropriate places like their owner’s bed. For dogs, peeing indoors can be related to a lack of physical exercise or anxiety. Make sure to take care of your pets the right way!
Chewing Things Up
When dogs have a strange desire to chew things up, the destructive behavior can actually be the result of fear, separation anxiety, or lack of attention. Check in with your vet to make sure it’s not something medical, and make sure you’re giving your pup some serious love and affection.
Not Just Pee…
If your dog is using your home as their personal toilet, it could be a sign that they aren’t very happy about your behavior. If you’re finding a bunch of smelly presents around your home it could also be a sign that you’re not walking them or changing their litter box as frequently as you should be.
Everyone wants their pet to love them, but how would you know if they didn’t?