Yes we do allow him on the furniture normally one half of the sofa.
He is not neutered we have not done any obedience training with him
We do take him for walks.
We normally take our meals on trays infront of the tv in the lounge he eats in the kitchen but is allowed biscuits in the lounge. When we have visitors it is on the table in the dinning room. We dont really eat in the dinning room.
We dont have a problem with urination he goes in the corners behind furniture and squeezes through gaps as if he is either trying to escape
or wanting attention. This only happens when we have visitors. My son
used to take him for walks and spent a lot of time with him. He says the dog got on with him very well because he realised my son was the boss?He thinks there is no boss in the house either myself or my husband he may have a point? My son has not seen Scoopy for some time so his behavour towards him is a recent factor. We have shouted at him tried to keep him on his bed in the lounge with no effect. If we leave him in a seperate room when we have visitors he
would climb on furniture even chew electrical cables and most of the time jump up at the door and scratch it. We have stopped taking him
to any friends house we cannot trust him he acts in the same way.
We are at a loss how to change his behavour.