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Old 11-16-2012, 10:56 PM   #1 (permalink)
 

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Potty training nightmare

Just when I thought my pup tucker was potty trained he started "peeing his fur" while he is sleeping and sometimes he will just start peeing while walking threw the house.. Someone please help!!!
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Old 11-17-2012, 03:32 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Have you checked to see if its a UTI? Boy or girl? Does he pee right after he has come back inside?

Edit: sorry it's a boy. Not sure if UTI can happen on boys... Is he neutered? I have heard of problems post neuter before. Also could be a leaky bladder. How old?
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Old 11-17-2012, 04:59 AM   #3 (permalink)
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I had trouble with uti's in a dog you can get some apple cider vinegar and add a tablespoon to his food for four days it should help clear it up. i do recommend taking him to the vet tho.
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I agree sounds like a medical issue to me, not a training issue.

I would start with the vet first.
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When these issues arise always go to the vet.. If you can't afford the outrageous prices then "tech up" .. learn all you can to save you time and money and more importantly learn how to asses and administer all you can do other than a rabies shot and surgery.

The apple cider trick will work, so will being able to pee more.. Dogs are made to pee and run all day; not two potty trips a day when a dog pees up to 10min in one setting. This or cheap dog food and or both are generally the cause of such symptoms. If you have a pup or a young dog they need can only hold their bowels only as long as many months they are old up to 6-8 months they can be crated that amount of hrs or expected to be okay in the house if house dog. No dog should be expected to hold its self longer than 6-8 hrs even as a full grown adult. Animals have the right to be animals They are not human, do not have thumbs, do not read signs and regulations, know not why their owner is gone all day and for some more (for work/school) our busy lil lives revolve around capital and a dog doesn't; it revolves around life.

Change the pups diet,

Use a tablespoon of apple cider (if you cannot afford a vet visit)

Spend more time outside with your pup or letting your pup out in back yard ...

those immediate three steps and youll see a drastic change, medically always go the vet first, so I guess find you a good honest vet that doenst hijack your dividends and is genuine; if not.. gonna have to learn how to do these type things yourself.

eradicate the problem for your dog, and thus yourself...


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Old 11-22-2012, 04:15 AM   #6 (permalink)
 

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Sorry for the late reply he is about 4 1/2 months old.. Since I posted last he has been doing a lot better we got him onto a good schedule.. He hasn't since peed his fur just little dribbles when he gets over excited and no he is not neuter.. Where I live they have a free program for pitbulls an it takes a bit to get them in but he gets in December... Thank you for all the replies!!!
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