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Old 03-16-2009, 09:43 PM   #1 (permalink)
 

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Incontinent....

Ok so I got my Kane fixed about 6-7 months ago and every since then while he is sleeping it is like he is incontinent. He littlerlally "leaks" everywhere i am constantly cleaning up after him. He never did anything like this before i got him fixed. I am worried they have damaged something when they fixed him. Has anyone ever heard of such thing?
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Old 03-16-2009, 10:54 PM   #2 (permalink)
 
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I have not heard of that before, can you diaper him like a spina bifida(sp) dog?
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Old 03-17-2009, 03:30 AM   #3 (permalink)
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wow thats scary, i've never heard of anything like that.
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Old 03-17-2009, 03:48 AM   #4 (permalink)
 

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gotta a drippy dong huh? thatsa no good.
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my dads female is like that. she was spayed at 4 months old. she only leaks 2 times a year. we were told it is something she will have to deal with by her veternarian. they offered her pills but instead she just wears a washable diaper when this happes while she is in the house. for jade they told us because she was spayed before her hormones were not fully developed she has early spay inconitence.

here is something about it..

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Yah that is why I hear it is best to wait till 6 months to spay/neuter, man that really is a bummer. Poor guy. Hopefully it can stop on its own?
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...clothes pin?
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For Jade, my dads dog they told them it will be for the rest of her life. I felt terrible because I was the one that took her in for her spay.
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Oh great thanks for the uhhh tips i guess lol. He was 8 months when i got him fixed I thought I waited long enough..... guess not. diapers clothes pins all so just wonderful. THANKS lol
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there are medications if you dont want to do the diaper route...just talk to your veterinarian. they can provide you with further information and options
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Oh great thanks for the uhhh tips i guess lol. He was 8 months when i got him fixed I thought I waited long enough..... guess not. diapers clothes pins all so just wonderful. THANKS lol
i wish we had better info, the only other suggestion I make is take him to the vet. Maybe he has a UTI or something, but if it is only when he sleeps, my guess is that it is probably something more permanent. Try taking his water away a few hours before he goes to bed, and make sure he pees right before bed as well, and maybe he won't have anything in him to pee?
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I would talk to the vet or maybe even a specialist ( maybe at a vet college. Have you tried any homepathic supplements on him. You might try going to a health food store and seeing if they can help you. I have a great store in my area the lady has been involved in homepathic supplemnets sinec the mid 60's. I can ask her about it if you want me too. Going there on thrusday.



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That is a shame. I hope you find something that works for him. Good luck!
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Old 03-19-2009, 03:27 AM   #14 (permalink)
 

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Yea I always make sure and take him out as soon as we go to bed and nothing so far has helped. I agree I think it is something that sounds permanent. It is just irritating knowing he never did it until I got him fixed. They damaged my puppy!
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speaking from a similar experience with my parents dog that i took in for her spay...i wouldnt look at it as they broke your puppy...some dogs have that issue maybe his hormones were still not fully developed but really its no ones fault..no way of knowing exactly when they are developed.

talk to your vet see what they say. if it is something permanent then you just make adjustments and beleive me you get used to it and just work around it. Jade is the same way. I know what you are going thru we are on year 4 of this problem. she is normal otherwise. we opted for no pills and just do the diaper when she is in the house sleeping
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