...urinates in the house, even though he urinates outside. Sometimes when he urinates outside, he will urinate in the house right after he comes in.
A: He may have a bladder infection and a visit to the Vet Clinic may be indicated. However, you may try something else first. I would guess that your pup just loves to be let outside. Give him a treat when he urinates outside. Then give him another
5 - 10 minutes before you let him back in to finish urinating.
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