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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 12-04-2010, 05:49 PM Thread Starter
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So the last 3 nights she goes and urinates in the kitchen?

Yuta has developed a new problem, we take her out she goes (1 +2) we get back, she eats, and than she pees on the floor, she has done this now 3 days in a row. She is 6 years old

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This is a purely random thought- but my vet said that if a female was spayed too young they can develop bladder control problems around age 6. Don't know if this is true or applies to Yuta. Love that name by the way. It's one I'm saving for later
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she was spayed rather late at 5 years old, never =had a litter

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If she has done it 3 days in a row why not take her out after she eats.
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Take her to the vet. She could have a bladder infection or incontinence.

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Sudden inappropriate urination is frequently the first sign of a UTI. I would get her checked out at the vet. Don't potty her before you go so they can get a sample.

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First thought here was a UTI. I would get a urine sample and take it to your vet, explain the problem and have a urinalysis done.
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I was gonna say the same, UTI. I have had a couple of dogs go thru that and that is usually the first sign. A dog that never goes in the house suddenly going in the house and sometimes acting like they did not even realize it happened.

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taking her to the vet today

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