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Question by katrina
Submitted on 1/12/2004
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I have a 14 month old male yorkie(Tucker) he is very good in the house as far as letting me know when he has to go outside. I am having problems with him spraying everything. he can come in from being out and go right over and spray the the couch or chair or plant..........please help......i dont know what i would do without him .but my hubby is fed up.and I am tired of it to.any suggestions would be gratefull. thanks in advance.

Answer by kay
Submitted on 1/19/2004
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I'm not sure but have you tried rolling up a piece of paper a hit him once or twice, don't really hurt  him or anything, just let him no that what he's doing is not right! It  worked for me.


Answer by LoveMyYorks
Submitted on 1/28/2004
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I have two male yorkies and recently we have started using belly bands to keep them from hiking in the house.  All a belly band consists of is a strip of material that ties around the dogs waist and covers his private.
It is working very well for my two... they haven't pottied in the house in quite a while.  When they do go they wet themselves and they don't like the discomfort of being wet.  Google Belly Bands and you purchase them online or make your own.


Answer by diane
Submitted on 2/10/2004
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Belly Bands are the answer, I have a male with female in heat. Belly band works, also great birth control.


Answer by Marte
Submitted on 2/21/2004
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My male yorkie hiked his leg for the first time in two years, my female was in the first stage of heat. I corrected his behavior with a squirt bottle of water. That's right, he did not care for that. The bands sound like the trick. Good luck! By the way he hasn't hiked his leg since.


Answer by Winston
Submitted on 1/10/2007
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Does anyone have a pattern for these belly bands?


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