BTW, a pup that young is NOT "purposefully" pee'ing on you. Male dogs don't start "marking" until much later.
Are you carrying him or lifting him a lot? That makes some small dogs afraid, and they may let some urine go as a "calming signal", basically telling you they aren't a threat. A pup this young should not be up on furniture or beds yet anyway.
A good rule of thumb, if you are ok with dogs on furniture, is to wait until they know all their basic commands, will get up or get off on command, and will come when called every single time. That puts you in control, not the dog - up on his "throne". [sm=biggrin.gif]
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