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I recommend that you take him into see a veterinarian. While peeing in the house can be a behavioral issue there are also some underlying medical issues that can cause this. These include diabetes, kidney disease, or a urinary tract infection. If there is an underlying medical issue, it will need to be treated prior to trying to change the behavior. Your vet can talk to you more about the cause of this after they have examined him. They will likely recommend some lab work to diagnose or rule out any underlying cause.
John Smith, DVMVeterinarian
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