Excitment Peeing

my 10 month old baby girl continues to experience excitement peeing. She had it before being spaded and it continued after as well

I have tried everything --
not making a big deal when someone comes into the house, ignoring her for the first few minutes,
taking her outside right before we expect guests
but even though she just went outside, she still pees a little bit.
Does anyone know if they outgrow this?
Any suggestions other than what i have tried.
Thanks so much.

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Aug 27, 2019
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by: Anonymous

Our little Coton is almost 2 and he still has excitement pee. Just a bit, and usually only when people lean over him to pet him. It has nothing to do with being potty trained, he never has accidents in the house. We find if we have him sit, and stay and focus on a treat he will get if he sits and stays that he won't get so excited when people enter the home. When we're out and about I just warn people they will get piddle on their toes if they lean over him and talk "baby talk".

Apr 14, 2019
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by: Pat

My girl Rhylie is almost 4 years old and she still has excitement pee. It doesn't matter if I take her out and she pees several times-if she gets excited she still dribbles a couple drops. I don't let it bother me. I just figure it's part of her nature. SH=he rolls on her back & wiggles because she's so excited and lets loose with a couple drops of pee. I know she can't help it. She's done it ever since I got her @ 2 months old.

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