Dogs may behave in strange ways, but there is always a logical reason for a particular behavior.
Here is a common behavior in male dogs: urinating on the wheels or tires of cars. Why do dogs do this?
Do all dogs urinate on car wheels?
All male dogs do not raise their feet to urinate, but in general, when they adopt this behavior, it is because they have reached sexual maturity (between 6 and 9 months) .
The urine of dogs contains communicative hormones: when your dog raises the paw to pee, he tells other dogs “I was there”, a sort of identity card with respect to other dogs.
But it also allows them to mark their territory. The dogs feel the last dog that marked this place.