Quoting Rachel.Suzanne:" We got our dog when he was 3 months old from a shelter, we were told he was a Boston terrier but as he's ... [snip!] ... want him to continue on like this once the baby is here, has anyone else ever had this problem or heard of this happening?"
I actually had to bring my cat to my mom because when I ws pregnant wiht m first born my BD had a cat and he got SUPER jelous and would pee on EVERYTHING!! So I brought my cat to my moms and BD's cat stopped peeing on things. Then once my son was born BD's cat would take to pooping between the dresser and the foot of the bed so when I needed to get up in the middle of the night to feed my son I would step in smurf (talking about smurfing disgusting) and BD wouldnt do anything about it and would bitch at me because he would loose sleep holding our son because I would have to wipe my foot off then wash it off in the tub before I would do ANYTHING for our son. And then afer I would start feeding him BD would finish cleaning up the smurf. Needless to say we had to shut him out of our room at night because of it.
And now my son ha tortured my cat the couple times I have tried to bring him back home and he started peeing on EVERYTHING. It is to the point now where we have to stay at my moms because I got put on bedrest with ID Twin Boys who tried to come 5 weeks early (already having them at 38 weeks so at 33 weeks we didnt want them here yet) and he has started to pee on things. When my son and I arent here my mom says he doesnt pee on anything its just because my son tortured him and be being pregnant again that he is major jelous because I had him before I had my children. SO yes I have heard of it happeneing and it really does suck. My cat mostly pees on clothes that are on the floor thank goodness not like furniture or anything but it is still annoying. I wouldnt know how to deal with a puppy who is doing it but it is a jelousy thing. Been there doing that with my cat.