Q: cavalier problem nsw
I have a lovely male cavalier king charles spaniel, he is not desexed, when he goes to wee it ends up on his leg, he trys to lift his leg and wee on grass and cement as well as trees i think thats the big issue, and i need it to stop he smells and i have a small baby. please help
Answer: Cavalier Problem NSW
I am actually stumped on this question! I have been thinking about it over the last few days, and I can't come up with anything! Desexing him may stop his frequency of weeing and marking his territory. But as to his 'aim' im not sure what to suggest! If his is young, it may correct itself in time.