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05-11-2014 10:42 PM
Sunflowers Vet check time. What you are describing isn't normal.
05-11-2014 10:24 PM
coulter so now he is doing more peeing, mostly when he comes to greet me, or other people, he will start peeing all over the place and cower away. then after he pees, he wont' come near me or anyone who calls to him, this is happening multiple times a day, and two nights ago, we woke up and he was sleeping on a puddle of pee on the bed next to my wife, we dont know if he peed in his sleep and didn't know it? or if he woke up, peed then when back to sleep in it, so now i'm thinking maybe some kind of bladder infection? could this be the cause for all of this peeing all of a sudden? or is it purely a submissive pee, that he has just started doing recently.. help!!?
05-08-2014 12:12 AM
coulter
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And when do you take the water away from him at night? I would pick it up about 3 hours before you go to bed.
I try and take the water away a few hours before bed but he gets so hot at night that he will keep us awake panting and won't settle. It doesn't seem to be related to when he gets water later at night or not.
05-08-2014 12:10 AM
coulter
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Maybe. But he may have formed a habit to start peeing at that spot if he's peeing on you. So I would try taking him out a different way and see if that throws him a bit.

If that doesn't work, can you crate him downstairs at night so he's closer to the door until he stops doing this? The more he does it, the harder it will be to stop.
I'll try taking him out the other door.
I could try crating him. He's never slept alone before so I worry he would keep all the In-laws awake all night.
05-07-2014 04:16 PM
Jax08 And when do you take the water away from him at night? I would pick it up about 3 hours before you go to bed.
05-07-2014 04:15 PM
Jax08 Maybe. But he may have formed a habit to start peeing at that spot if he's peeing on you. So I would try taking him out a different way and see if that throws him a bit.

If that doesn't work, can you crate him downstairs at night so he's closer to the door until he stops doing this? The more he does it, the harder it will be to stop.
05-07-2014 04:12 PM
coulter
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Is there a different way to go out?

And how well was the pee cleaned up? Did you use enzymes to kill the smell?
There is a front door. But it's just as far or farther lol so that won't help. I could try going out that way to see what he does though. I'm just wondering if the anticipation of peeing is so great once he gets to that last set if stairs that he can't hold it? You know, like for humans you have to pee worse the closer you get to the toilet.
05-07-2014 04:08 PM
Jax08 Is there a different way to go out?

And how well was the pee cleaned up? Did you use enzymes to kill the smell?
05-07-2014 04:04 PM
coulter He's 4 1/2 months old. I don't think I should have to take him out halfway through the night. He has no trouble holding it all night, he sleeps on the bed with access to the floor. We walk down the stairs through the long house then start going down the last set of stairs and that is where he always pees. It's like it's stuck in his head that he can pee in that staircase. I just don't know how to get him to break that habit
05-07-2014 08:51 AM
K9POPPY You can always use a Depends- saves you from being peed on-
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