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(150000):stripedicc()/GettyImages-720069913-5c453f6cedfd0001651409. jpg) Dog marking behaviors use smell communication and leg lifting to spray urine and mark territory. Pups scratch the ground after removing visual signs.
The pampers leave scent cues too. The scent of urine tends to fade as soon as it enters the air. Allowing dogs to urinate and the urge to actually mark develops with maturity from about five months on. Neutering and spaying greatly reduce leg-cocking behavior, curtailing the baptism of urine on bedroom walls, tires, and furniture. Watch Now: Why Do Some Poopies Eat Poop? You can find more on this story here.