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Old 06-13-2012, 07:19 AM   #1 (permalink)
 

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Puppy potty training regression

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I have a small question here. I have a 6 month old brindle female here. She has been potty trained for a while now. Pretty much since she was 8weeks old. We had the few mishaps here and there. Ya know? She has been really great these last like 2months. But in the last week. He has seemed to regress to peeing on the bed and floor. We take her out all the time. Live in an apartment. So we dont have the freedom of a yard. Im told it might be aher tryng for more attention? I mean. It just happened like 30minutes ago. I took her out, she peed twice...twice!! Figured she is fine for like an hour or so. Went on to making dinner....watchin some tv...next thing i know....huuuuuge puddle of pee on the damn bed.
So.....why? Is what im askin the dog. Ive tried yellin at her... Putting her on "time out" in isolation for a few minutes. Do i just need to play with her and give her more love and attention? I must admit. I dont give her quite the full amount of exercise she needs. But she gets a tooooon of love and a good amount of exercise.
Another small question. Any advice on corrections for potty mishaps? Ive yelled....isolated...even gone as far as to give a flick to the ear. Or a small swat to the butt. (i know thats not the best desicion, dont judge me)

Get back me yall. Would love some feedback
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Old 06-13-2012, 03:54 PM   #2 (permalink)
 
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I recommend a vet visit. It's possible she may have a UTI or bladder infection. I believe that would be step one. If she comes back clear, try more exercise and regulating her water.
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Old 06-13-2012, 04:35 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I recommend a vet visit. It's possible she may have a UTI or bladder infection. I believe that would be step one. If she comes back clear, try more exercise and regulating her water.
I was gonna say UTI as well
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Old 06-13-2012, 05:19 PM   #4 (permalink)
 

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Hmmm...UTI? are ya sure. its really not too often. she does sorta have unrestricted water and food access. i used to regulate it. but i thought she wasnt getting enough nutrition (she is a tiny, TINY dog for her age) she seems to pee pretty fine and healthy it seems. one other small problem, i just dont have the cash to take her to a vet. if it is a UTI. i dunno if it is, but yall are the experts. anyway..other than a vet. . to take care of that problem??
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Old 06-13-2012, 06:38 PM   #5 (permalink)
 
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APBTs are not large dogs. If Charley is the dog you are talking about, I don't think she is tiny at all. She appears average sized for her build and age.
How much does she weigh? Is she crate trained? Any changes in the household?
What are you feeding?
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Old 06-14-2012, 05:16 PM   #6 (permalink)
 

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No crate training. She weighs about 30... Maybe32lbs. She eats Purina puppy chow is all i give her? Whatcha mean by changes in household though?
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Old 06-14-2012, 05:33 PM   #7 (permalink)
 
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She's not tiny at all then.
Purina Puppy Chow is not a great choice for her. You should look into a higher quality food.
New people, new animals, new furniture. Changes in the household.
Have you been regulating her water to see if it helps?
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Old 06-15-2012, 03:31 AM   #8 (permalink)
 
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I would say a possible UTI. My vet doesn't require a vet visit for these things. I just catch urine in a clean ladle place it in a zip lock bag and drop it off to be tested. Call your vet and explain what is happening and ask what he would charge (if anything) to test her urine. Mine doesn't charge anything unless I have to get antibiotics but I have been with him for a long time and have a good relationship with him. My one dog years back was potty trained and all of a sudden started voiding on everything even after being going to the bathroom, sure enough he had a UTI once he got meds in him it stopped. I would at least call the vet and feel him out maybe he will allow time payment.
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Old 06-17-2012, 06:51 PM   #9 (permalink)
 

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Whats a good Puppy food to recommend?
My problem is, I dont have a vet yet. She has all her shots and such (got em all at a dog expo/show thingy, in fact. she has all her shots, got de-wormed, and microchipped for free ) But I just honestly at this moment in time dont have the cash for a Vet visit. I have a buddy that actually just got a degree as Veterinarian. just hasnt landed a job yet. but he has all the certificates and such.
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Acana, Orijen, Natural Balance, Taste of the Wild, these are just some of the kibbles that members here feed. No grain, no additives, no fillers, no by-products. I'm actually transitioning to raw right now and my GF's chihuahua is finishing off the Taste of the Wild we have before switching her to Acana. She refuses the raw offered, and I'll be able to afford the more expensive kibble for her since she only eats half a cup per day.
A lot of areas have SPCA vet hospitals that are lower priced then other vets. Some will take payments as well.
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Old 06-18-2012, 04:23 PM   #11 (permalink)
 
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She could just be like Oreo is. When we don't pay enough attention to him, or we go in our rooms and he's not aloud in, he'll go in front of either mine or my parents bedroom doors, and pee or poop, as if to "punish" us. But he's learned not to do that anymore.
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