ALL ABOUT YOUR DOG PEEING! – funny feature!

The PEEING behaviour of JET our Chihuahua is very interesting!

Our little guy has peed on other doggy’s, tried to pee on a gentleman’s metal leg (not funny), on people’s picnic food on the beach and indoors! He also does a little kick on the grass after doing his wee and will not move on until this little ritual is done!

Has anyone ever seen any of these signs when walking their dog! Oh my goodness, how do you tell a dog this! So Funny!


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Thank you Sarah, totally loving this one!
Kathy, thank you for this photo, we are giggling, it must be the same doggy as on the Gif we have added below – or maybe just that breed! lOl !
Oh my goodness, this is JET our Chihuahua, he will NOT go out in the rain to do a pee – problem yes! Thank you Pete, love this one!
Janet thanks for this brilliant video…… this must be more common than we thought – just so funny!
Tracy this is a fabulous photo you’ve found! Giggling at this one!
haha Mario we just love doggy’s peeing up ‘no peeing’ signs! Thank you for sending to us!
YEAH ‘We are not going to take any notice of this!’ Thank you Si this has made us laugh!
Thank you Jen, this would have been perfect for Christmas cards this year….. omg so funny!
Darius this is funny, it’s anything that resembles a pole will surfice! LOL!
AND WHY NOT!! HAHA – we would too if we could – thank you Mike!

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Why does your kick up the lawn after you pee? (researching why JET our Chihuahua does exactly this)!

Kicking up dirt after peeing isn’t actually a common behavior. According to experts only 10 percent of dogs will actually carry out this kind of behavior. This behavior is called “ground scratching,” and is a passed down trait from wolves and coyotes. In order for pack leaders to claim proper territory, they would use this behavior to set a boundary of where “not to cross the line.” Peeing in the spot doesn’t just send the signal—spreading the dirt helps to draw that line.

NOW WE KNOW!

NOW WE JUST WANT TO FIND OUT WHY JET SOMETIMES WEES BEHIND THE DINING ROOM TABLE – we found this interesting video!

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