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Old 12-08-2013, 06:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Whatís going on?!?!?! We were doing so good and now itís like sheís not potty trained at all? This literally started 2 days ago, she started peeing in her crate at night. We take her out before bed and make sure she doesnít drink too much. Thatís not that bad though, I know itís going to happen sometimes but today my wife was cleaning the kitchen and was sweeping under the table and found 3 sticky piles. (pee) Sheís the only one small enough to fit under the table so we know for sure that itís her. Anyways, sheís 4 Ĺ months old and was doing so good, sitting at the back door to tell us that she needs to go outside and the only time she would have an accident is when we wouldnít see her there but she would pee at the door. We never punished her for that because it wasnít her fault, we donít say anything, and we just let her outside while we clean it up and watch her go outside and then praise her. So I donít know why all of a sudden she started peeing under the table. I did notice last night when I got home, I let her out and she went pee and after she walked around in her pee stance for a while like she was still trying to go. Well about an hour after I went to bed Iím woken up by her crying and she peed in her crate, so I let her outside and she did the same pee stance walk. Is this a sign of a bladder infection? I need help on what to do if itís not health related.
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Old 12-08-2013, 07:04 PM   #2 (permalink)
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My wife just told me that she is dribbling everywhere. In and outside.....Im calling the vet tomorrow
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let us know how your baby is.

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Old 12-08-2013, 07:37 PM   #4 (permalink)
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We just treated ours for a UTI. I recommend you try to catch some urine in a bowl or a small Tupperware dish to take to the vet tomorrow. They diagnosed ours in 24 hours. 6 days on the pills and no accidents. Greta is 4 months old.
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We just treated ours for a UTI. I recommend you try to catch some urine in a bowl or a small Tupperware dish to take to the vet tomorrow. They diagnosed ours in 24 hours. 6 days on the pills and no accidents. Greta is 4 months old.
Thats going to be fun haha ill try to get some for the vet. I feel really bad because she has to be in her crate or outside for now because she dribbles everywhere. I cant wait to get her all fixed up and back to her crazy wild self.
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It is fun. It took 2 of us and a couple of trips to go pee. But I had to wait until she started to go then kind of hold her neck lightly while putting the container between her back legs. I'm sure it was a sight. Good luck. You can do it.
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Don't worry about her being in the crate. It will be best for all in the long run.
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It sounds like a pretty bad UTI. Be sure to get her into the vet first thing in the morning.
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Hope you sort that out. Tell us what the vet said. Slightly off topic but did anyone else get this song stuck in their head when they saw the thread title?

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LOVE that song...going to put it on after my dogs walk!
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