You will have to crate train him. Crate training works because since birth, dogs do not like to pee where they sleep - so the theory is if it is sleeps in the crate for a decent amount of time it will not pee there unless its bursting at the seams to pee. You may want to read on crate training as I am certainly not an expert, but how we do it is this:
1. Remove dog from crate (assume this is in an infinite loop).
2. Immediately take the dog out to pee - do not come in until it has.
3. Leave the dog out for an hour; if you see the dog start to lift its leg, take him out immediately. If you see him sniffing around more than usual this means he is looking for a place to pee; take him out immediately.
4a. If the dog drinks water, set a timer for 20 minutes, then put him in the crate. After ~40 minutes of being in the crate, repeat #1.
4b. If the dog does not drink water, let him run around for an hour after he pees. When the hour is up, put him in the crate for an hour. Repeat #1.
Answered by Anonymous - 11/27/2012 4:25:58 PM