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03-17-2014 10:49 PM
AndreaLS687 I thought he was too young to be marking too but I can take him outside and he will go pee and 10 minutes later he will go on our floor. This only ever happens when our other dog has been in our living room. Ss for a UTI... I dont think so. Our other dog has always had issues with UTI's and its doesnt seem to be the same though I know symptoms can be different. He has a vet appointment coming up so I will ask about it just to be sure.

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03-17-2014 10:31 PM
Nigel He sounds too young to be marking, are sure he isn't just impatient and doesn't want to stand around? Any other signs that might lead you to think UTI? As far as toys go, try looking at some of the JW stuff, they have some fairly durable toys, some with squeakers too.
03-17-2014 10:21 PM
2 questions

1. Otto is 11 weeks and seems has done really well with potty training until recently. He scratches at thw door when he needs to go but the last 2 days he is peeing in the house but when he does he walks and pees at the same time which isn't normal for him. Is this marking?

2. Otto loves toys. He loves them so much that they are destroyed within weeks. He doesnt like hard toys. He prefers fabric toys that squeak and because he goes through them so quickly im spending $50 every 2 weeks on toys that that are 'durable'. Ant one know of any soft toys that will last at least a month for a toy lover?

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