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Dogs use a wide range of communication strategies to signal deference. This includes submissive urination. Squatting and urinating is normal behavior used by dogs to “cry uncle” and tell the owner or another dog to be the boss. Adolescent boy - urine has a much higher testosterone content. Even children who have been trained potty can show submissive behavior. Some of the same behaviors that look like a guilty dog may include submissive wetting designed to get over your upset feelings. In dog body language, the top dog put a hand across the baby dog's shoulders or rests his chin across the dog dog's neck. Puppy wetting is a sign of self-control. Work to teach him better control and more confidence so he doesn't feel the urge to wet. Don't make a big deal out of it. Just mop up the mess. The story behind why some dogs eat poop is on this website. Watch Now: Why do some dogs poop?.

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