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    mrsvilla Posts: 2, Reputation: 1
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    Jul 13, 2008, 08:13 PM
    Marking his Territory
    [F]I have a 2 pit bulls, Kiera; 1 year, and Capone; 2 years old. Both of my dogs are fixed, and pretty much non aggressive. They are kenneled trained and spend, on an average of 7 hours a day in them. When we are at home, we are almost always outside with us, running and playing. SO, Capone has been relieving himself in my living room for no reason. He is perfectly healthy, and gets plenty of exercise and he's been potty trained since he was a puppy. But I can't seem to break him from this habit. help me!
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    rex123 Posts: 766, Reputation: 100
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    Jul 14, 2008, 02:37 AM
    Most of the time urine-marking is a display of dominance. It can also be caused by a new member of the family like another animal.
    Here is a site that hopefully will help you:

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