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How To Correct Submissive Urination On Jack Russell Terriers

Last time we have tackled on the things that you should know about submissive urination on Jack Russell terriers. In this article we are going to focus on how to correct submissive urination on Jack Russell terriers.

When your dog manifests submissive urination, the very first thing that you should remember when correcting this terrier dog breed is that you should never ever scold or punish your dog. The problem will not be solved this way; instead, it will make the problem more difficult to solve.

Another thing that you should remember is to prevent yourself from approaching your dog in a very dominant way. One way of preventing a dominant posture is to keep greetings low key when returning home. Also, you should refrain giving a direct eye contact to your dog, as dogs always see this gesture as threatening or challenging. When approaching a dog, it is recommended that you are going to bend down on the dog’s level rather than leaning forward to give your dog a pat. It is also recommended that you should pet your dog under the chin instead of patting your dog on the forehead; dogs love to be pet on the chin more than to be pet on the forehead.

Last but not the least on this list of ways to correct submissive urination on Jack Russell terriers is to reward postures and gestures that signify urination. This way, he will know that he is doing a great job and that he will do the same correct practice in the future.

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