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I have tried yelling at him, using NokOut, deep cleaning the bed, nothing seems to be working.
He is generally potty trained but has accidents on my bed or on the couch more often than anywhere else, I think he may be jumping onto the couch to do this sometimes. He sleeps in these spots so I don't understand why he is still doing it.
He squats and isn't marking, but having full pees. He learns very fast and tries to hold it, but he can be very stubborn. His old owners never took him outside so I think he prefers the fabric-y texture as he was pee pad trained. I am certain he knows this isn't a spot I like him peeing in like his pad.
How can I make him stop?
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