How to stop my dog peeing on its bed - Barka Parka Dog Beds

How to stop my dog peeing on its bed

Why is your dog peeing on its bed?

Understanding the reasons behind your dog's behavior is the first step in solving the problem. There could be several reasons why your dog is peeing on its bed, including:

  • Medical issues: Your dog may have a urinary tract infection or other health problems that are causing it to urinate inappropriately.
  • Anxiety or stress: Dogs may urinate on their beds as a response to anxiety or stress. This could be due to changes in the household, separation anxiety, or fear.
  • Lack of house training: If your dog hasn't been properly house trained, it may not understand that peeing on its bed is not acceptable.

Steps to stop your dog from peeing on its bed:

1. Rule out medical issues: Take your dog to the vet to rule out any underlying medical conditions that may be causing the behavior.

2. Clean the bed thoroughly: Use an enzymatic cleaner such as biological washing powder to remove any traces of urine from the bed. This will help eliminate the scent that may be attracting your dog to pee on it.

3. Provide appropriate bathroom breaks: Make sure your dog has regular opportunities to go outside and relieve itself. Establish a consistent schedule for bathroom breaks.

4. Reinforce house training: If your dog is not properly house trained, go back to basics and reinforce the training. Use positive reinforcement techniques such as treats and praise when your dog eliminates in the appropriate spot.

5. Address anxiety or stress: If your dog's peeing on its bed is due to anxiety or stress, work on reducing these factors. Provide a calm and secure environment for your dog, and consider consulting a professional dog trainer or behaviorist for additional guidance.

6.  Have a bed that is easily washable.  Our Barka Parka beds are have easy washable slip covers and you can choose a waterproof liner as well Water-proof cover for Barka Parka bed


Stopping your dog from peeing on its bed requires patience, consistency, and understanding. By addressing any underlying medical issues, providing proper house training, and addressing anxiety or stress, you can help your dog break this unwanted habit. Remember to always approach the issue with a professional and objective mindset, focusing on the well-being of your furry friend.

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