When dogs are excited, their bodies release adrenaline, which can lead to them peeing. This is especially common in puppies, who are still learning how to control their bladders.
When dogs are scared, their bodies also release adrenaline, which can lead to them peeing.
This is a way of showing that they are not a threat and that they are willing to submit to the other dog or person.
In some cases, peeing when excited or scared can be a sign of a medical condition, such as a urinary tract infection or bladder stones.
This can be done by gradually exposing them to the things that make them excited or scared and rewarding them for not peeing.
Another way to help your dog stop peeing when excited or scared is to desensitize them to the things that make them feel this way.
It is important to use positive reinforcement when training your dog to stop peeing when excited or scared.