You may want to get her tested for a UTI. :/ Zoey will start acting like that when she gets them. (which she's had several in her lifetime) Maybe start her on a triple strength cranberry pill supplement if she does have one, something I prefer to keep my girls on even when they DON'T have them. I've found over the last couple years this has virtually eliminated all Zoeys previous bladder problems. (Knock on wood with my luck lately) While you're there, you can also consult the vet with more options and advice. Because of her age and possible dementia, I'd to take her out more often and make sure she goes when she's out. I'd start treating her about like a puppy again. :/ Make sure she goes out at 10 and then again at 1 and then again at 5 and then again whenever you get up for the day. If that works, stick with it, if she keeps peeing in the house at night then go out even more than that. During the day I'd take her out at least every 2-3 hours to potty if you can. (Maybe hire someone to come let her out if you can't get home due to work, ect) Because of how she's acting, I'd say it's time to go back to pretending you're potty training.
Last edited by ChancetheGSD; 12-09-2011 at 04:32 PM.