Can steroids and antibiotics cause my dog to pee more often? My sweet girl Athena is a Lab mix, she just got back from the vet, she had an ear infection. Well since then she has been less active, constantly eating, and always wanting to go outside and pee. And I used to be able to leave her for 4-6hrs (working) by herself in my house. Now she can't hold it; is it because of the steroids and antibiotics that are messing with her? Or is it a more serious problem?
By Leonor J.
Certain antibiotics, diuretics and steroid medications will produce large amounts of urine.
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I have a 4 year old track rescued Greyhound. She has been a challenge since we got her (her sister is fine). For about 8 months she did really well, then recently started peeing in the house on occasion again. We have a neighbor coming in to let both dogs out midday, and we limit the water intake, yet 3 times this month she peed. It is in the same spot all the time even though we use Nature's Miracle to clean it up. It is not a medical issue, and seems to happen if we are home after 6pm. Is she afraid of the dark? We are getting frustrated trying to figure out what she is thinking. Any thoughts?
By Sally from Allentown, PA
Our 5 year old labrador started peeing in the kitchen floor 6 weeks after we moved house. She does it in one particular spot and only if the kitchen door is left opened over night. Her bed is in the kitchen.
It is annoying and it feels as she is doing it out of spite. I understand, many people would say "just keep kitchen doors closed", but it is stupid if kitchen gets puddle every night if the door wasn't closed!
After reading all the posts above I still cannot come up with a solution and feel our dear lovely doggy is trying to make a point that we can't understand...(( Please help!
I have a 3 year old lab and and 1 year old Catahoula. Both are fully housebroken and have been for quite some time. Every day when I get home from work I immediately let them both out to use the bathroom and then run around and play together a while. When I was training them I would take them out on a leash and make them pee and poop before I would let them off to play so they know the order of how things need to work. Yesterday, about 30 minutes after I let them back in my Lab starting peeing on the floor. I stopped him and made him go outside to finish. He came back in and 30 minutes later did it again.
Tonight my husband and I were on one side of the house and both of our dogs were in the dining room laying on their beds. My husband walks into the room and again my Lab was peeing all over the floor. We get that cleaned and our Catahoula follows us to the bedroom jumps on the bed and pees all over it. It's large amounts of pee. They haven't been drinking more water than usual and I let them out to go out the same number of times as usual. What could be wrong?
By Jess B
My female greyhound age 12 started peeing on the dog beds in my house. Later I found out she had a cancer tumor growing in her abdomen. The poor thing was trying to let me know how she felt. Take the dog to the vet for a professional opinion.
My five year old Pit Bull Boxer mix female dog has started randomly "piddling" in the house. She is a very well disciplined dog and is well trained to go outside. She is normally able to easily hold it for 8+ hours at a time if need be. Her urination is only a tiny bit and it is when she is laying down. I have not scolded her, but only cleaned up the messes and gave her the chance to go outside because I know it isn't purposeful. She is fixed and has been for years. Could it be a urinary tract infection or a bladder infection? Please help me help my dog. Thank you.
Has she had a litter (or more than one)? I don't know much about Pits but I raised AKC Boxers for over 40 years in the US and saw this happen a lot with females who'd whelped at least one litter, even if later spayed.
Since this condition (prolapse) is increasingly uncomfortable for the dog, and is often accompanied by a UTI, the best thing you can do for your girl is have her into the vet ASAP. The vet will test her for the infection and examine her for the prolapse, then advise you on how to avoid a recurrence. She may need surgery if the prolapse is severe; the surgery is highly effective and at 5 years old she should tolerate the anesthesia well with a rapid recovery from the surgery.
Poor baby, and good on you for not punishing her for the accidents. You're right that she cannot control it.
I have a 7 month old Lab/German Shepherd mix, she went 4 months with no accidents in the house. Then a month ago she started pooping in the house, first in the living room, then every night for 4 nights in her bed, not on the puppy pads I put down. I washed the carpet and washed the floor with vinegar water. Yesterday she started peeing in the den, then last night she pooped and peed again. I get up and take her out at 2, 4, and 6 am. I am at my wits end. She has also chewed her harness off, four of them. My husband wants to get rid of her or make her an outside dog. Any advise for this?
By dreamer from El Paso, TX
Take the dog to the vet right away! It could be a serious medical problem!
We adopted a Lab almost a year ago. She's doing really good. She was abused with a crate so she is deadly afraid of them will do anything to get out while we are gone. So we started leaving her out while we were gone.
She at first did great, but now is going to the bathroom at least once every day. She is house trained and holds it all night. We've concurred many issues with her, but don't know what to do now. Every time I come home I take her to the pee tell her she's naughty then take her outside to go potty. Is this just going to take time to learn? Or should she not be doing this anymore? I know it's not an infection cause she doesn't do it when we're home or at night. It doesn't matter how long we are gone for either.
By Ashley from Waterboro, ME
My Pug is 70 days old and has been peeing frequently since taking medicine 3days ago due to cold effects. Any health problems that could explain this?
It sounds like your puppy may have a bladder infection. It is quite painful and needs to be treated by a Veterinarian with antibiotics. I know of no side effects for cold medicine that would cause him to pee a lot. See your Vet and make sure he has his vaccinations.
My dog is super smart, he is 7yrs old. For awhile I would notice that he would potty on the kitchen floor and he would just have come from outside. It has really gotten out of hand lately, I mean he is going everywhere and places are saturated with urine. I'm concerned there might be a medical reason for this?
There might be any number of reasons for this, I would have his urine tested for a kidney disorder or a urinary infection, bless his heart! PUt a potty pad down in the meantime so if he can't make it outside he will have one spot to go. Clean the other places with a urine remover so he wont want to go on those spots again. It sounds like he can't help going. See what shows up on a urine test at the vets.
My 8 month old Cocker Spaniel has been house trained for months and has a dog flap so he has constant access to the garden. I have not had any problems for months, except the very occasional accident at the back door when it has been raining a lot. Little wimp ;)
However, all of a sudden he has now started to wee in the front hall way at night. He has free run of the house at bedtime and sleeps in my room on his bed, the area that he is weeing on is the only carpeted area downstairs. I can't help but think that he is wimpy and because he knows I am in bed he is just being lazy going at the bottom of the stairs rather than to the back door.
With no disrespect has it occurred to you that your Dog may have a Bladder infection? Talk to your veterinarian.
I adopted a rescue dog last weekend. Her foster mom said that she didn't have any accidents while she had her, about 4 months. From what we can tell, she has had multiple litters of puppies. She had been the perfect dog up until yesterday when she started to pee in the house, even when we would bring her out often. She has also become a bit destructive while we are gone. We still love her, but are not sure why her behavior has changed so fast.
By Sue C.
It is not surprising your dog has some anxiety issues. Read up on anxiety in dogs. Be sure she gets lots of exercise and if her behavior does not improve there are lots of techniques for dealing with anxiety. Good luck to you.
We adopted a 2 year old female hound/Pointer mix from a shelter 4 months ago. She has adjusted to our home beautifully except for chasing the cat (!) and about once every month, she pees in the house - a different place each time, but "always" on a carpet.
I have a spayed 3 1/2 year old GSD who has never peed or pooped in the house. Recently, a female neighbor, who also has dogs and is a pet-sitter, has started coming over to the house. Twice now my GSD has folded her ears back and peed the floor in front of my neighbor. She doesn't do that with anyone else. What's going on?
By Richard F.
Robyn is right, this sounds like submissive behaviour. I had a GSD mix in the 70s-90s who did the same thing when certain friends called in.
This particular type of submissive behaviour is unfortunately usually fear-triggered.
In our situation, we finally figured out it was a body type that was causing the reaction. She'd been a seven month old rescue puppy and when we adopted her we were told she'd been very badly abused but no real details were given.
Apparently her abusers were primarily large men with facial hair-every time any man with facial hair and a muscular build came into the house she would crouch and urinate, then try to hide. The connection finally dawned on us and so my then husband tested it by growing a beard whilst out to sea for an extended time (we were active duty USCG at the time), and holy moly, the minute he got home and she caught sight of him she piddled and then ran.
The trigger can be anything, I've learned over the years. It needn't be gender or appearance, the trigger can be cologne, cooking smells, even tobacco smells.
You need to figure out if there is a chance your fur-baby was abused before coming to be your fur-ever-baby; the alternative is either she has been somehow made afraid of this new person, or that this new person is bringing in the scent of something that your dog finds deeply upsetting.
Since it is her home and not your newest visitor's, the best thing would be to not let this person into the house until you find out why your GSD is reacting this way. I certainly wouldn't try to force her to accept this person's presence.
If the visitor refuses to understand why you are meeting her on the front porch, that's another 'point against' in my opinion-if a dog reacted to my presence in that way I would backtrack out of there apologising for upsetting the dog in her 'safe place', to be honest. That this person who is supposed to be pet-friendly doesn't get it is a little worrisome, I would NEVER leave my fur-baby in her care if this is the reaction she provokes.
I have a 1 year old Pom and she has been peeing in the house. So my mom wants to keep her in her cage so she won't pee. But I see a difference, she is peeing less. We have puppy pads we put her on. After she uses the puppy pad I would reward her, but my mom says"ut her in her cage". I try to explain that telling her to go to her cage is confusing her so now she won't want to use the puppy pads. Please help.
By Asia S.
Yes! She is confused. Please tell your mother that she can not be in that cage all the time. She needs family time. Can you walk her? Being in that cage is almost punishment for her when she pees on the pad and then you put her back in.
Our German shepherd puppy is 10 months old and has been house trained for about 6 months! When we are at home at night in bed she is left in the hallway and kitchen and does not make any mess some times up to 8 hours at night. But if we leave her for an hour in the day on her own, we come back to wee and poo every where. When we first started to leave her she never made a mess. Any suggestions?
By Chyvonne j from Hailsham
It sounds like your girl has developed some separation anxiety. It is very common and there are many ways to deal with it. Have a look at the many websites that deal with it. I like Ceasar Milans site. Good luck.
I have an 11 year old miniature Poodle, sometime last month, or the month before last the dog started peeing in front of the front door and in the formal living room. The front foyer is stone, the formal living room is wood.
I have a Llapso Poo and a Tibetan Terrier both of whom I have had for four years. About 6 months ago both dogs started peeing in the house when we aren't home. It doesn't happen all the time, but has become quite annoying. Note: they have a doggie door that they use some of the time.
My 20 month old puppy keeps peeing in the house all of a sudden when we are gone; what can I do? He has been doing really well, we have been leaving him out with the other 2 dogs for the last 6 months while we are gone with no problem. Now all of a sudden about 2 weeks ago, he began peeing in the house - twice on the toilet seat once in the living room, and now today in the kitchen. What can I do? The hubby is talking about getting rid of him, but I don't want that, please help.
By Karen G
Hello, Your Pet might have crystals in his urine. Please take him to the Vet for a urinalysis. You Vet can advise you on how to take care of him. He might need some antibiotics for now and you might have to change his food. Please take him and get it looked at, it is not fair to him to give him away if he is in pain....
I have a 3 year male dog and two females They are all house dogs. They are trained to go outside. The male is neutered, but he pees on everything in the house when we are not looking. He has ruined so much furniture. Please help me. I am tired of cleaning up his pee.
By JB from Cincinnati, OH
If he was trained to go outside and this is something new for him--off to the vet. Could be a bladder infection or something else going on with him.
I need some suggestions of what I can do to help my Shih Tzu, Maggie. I have had her for 13 years and she has always been a good girl. She would never mess on the floor or chew on anything and she was never aggressive.
My 2 year old Lab Cocker Spaniel mix will be let out when I come home from work and then he will come in running be OK for 2 minutes, then pee right in front of us. He's healthy, it's behavioral, what do I do?
By Lauren from NY
Go outside with him when you let him out, and stay out there until he pees. Then give him a treat and tell him he's a good dog. At first this will be a little annoying having to stand around in the yard until he goes, but this process worked on my dog and after a while you won't have to do it anymore, he will learn it.
My 3 year old mini Schnauzer suddenly started peeing on everything in the house. What can I do to stop him from doing this?
Very good answer, have the vet check him for problems. Also, have you gotten another animal recently?
I have a 2 year old Italian Greyhound/Pug mix (pugit) His name is Charlie. Charlie is a rescue dog. He was received by a family that could not handle him and then passed to us. (myself and two kids)
Our 7 month-old, female Lab/Beagle mix is potty trained. However, we've had problems over the past week. It rained once and she refused to go outside and eliminate. When she did go out, she'd go potty on the concrete pad, versus on the grassy area like normal. It's been days since it rained, but she still won't leave the concrete pad and she's started peeing and pooping in the house now.
Have you considered putting a potty pad on the patio for times when it rains, or somewhere where the dog doesn't have to step in the wet grass? You could make a four square stepping stone area close to the door where he can go when it is raining, where he doesn't have to get his feet wet.
Some dogs do not like their feet getting wet. Hope some of these links help!
My 4 year old male, neutered Siberian Husky is peeing after being house trained. We lost his companion in 2008, and he and I suffered terribly. However, it didn't start then. Two years ago, my husband rescued a female Lab/Pit mix.
I have a 2 year old male dog that has started peeing in the house. I've talked very straight to him; he hides when I yell at him. I don't know what do. Please help.
By Janie S.
Any sudden changes in a dog's behavior should be checked out by a vet immediately. My little Pomeranian started urinating everywhere. Took her to the vet and I found out she was full of kidney stones, over 21 in her bladder. Scolding your dog will make the situation worse by adding stress which your dog doesn't need if he is sick. It is worth every penny to have your dog checked out.
I have a 2 yr old American Staffy. For the past couple of weeks he has been peeing inside, but not in the same places. He is toilet trained. Also a few weeks ago my brother moved back in with me and my father
Could this change have anything to do with him peeing inside?
My cat started doing this after my son's girlfriend moved in. Turns out that the stress of having a strange person living here gave him an ulcer, for which he is on meds, and the problem has stopped. Take your dog to the vet, please...easy problem to fix, and the meds are cheap.
My dog has been trained to go out side to do his business. The problem is he sometimes urinates inside. Most of the time he does really well, then he starts peeing on everything. He knows better and does go outside. I don't know how to help him. I've done everything I can think of to discourage him. Please help; I am desperate. Thanks.
By Sharon H.
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My Shih Tzu is 8 months old and is in heat. She has always used a pee pad until the last few days where we find her peeing wherever she wants. We do not startle her while she is doing this, but firmly say "No" and take her to her pad. What is odd is she still poos on the pad. I don't know if this is related to her being in heat or what. She will be fixed after her cycle.
My mini Dixie just turned one year old. She is spayed and is doing the same thing. We are so puzzled also.
My dog is pining and has started to pee indoors. What should I do?
Your dog most likely has bladder or kidney infection. Time to see the vet.
I have a three year old Shih Tzu, who is potty trained with full access to the backyard all day. It has been over a couple of months since she started to pee and poo around the house.
I have what they think is a Terrier and German mix. I have had him for 5 to 6 years now. In the past year I have had so many issues with him peeing in the house. I am not sure what to do anymore. I see him pee outside. He has a lot of time outside, however, will still pee in the house. There are two specific spots where he is peeing, that I know of, and can smell. I have had him to vet and there are no health issues. If anyone can give advice I would greatly appreciate it!
Well before I start asking questions, I would like to be sure your dog doesn't have some sort of physical problem. Once you know your dog is ok from taking him to the vet, then here is what my resources and advice would be:
First, I would ask if you are cleaning the spot in front of him.
This is a no no. Never clean up a spot while a dog is watching.
It will be likely he or she will do it again if you do it where the dog can see you.
Second, I would ask which cleaner you are using. Only the enzymatic cleaners can get up the scent left behind that only the dog can smell.
Third I would ask if your dog is neutered. It is one of the kindest acts you can do for an animal to have them spayed or neutered. Their brains can never relax when they are intact.
After the surgery, the spay or the neuter, it will take a little bit of time, for the behavior to stop. The remaining chemicals that are still in their body have to get out of the body and they have to heal and relax, and realize their life is so much better.
If you would like to look at or order a drfostersmith catalog here is their address. They not only sell great products, even though you can find the enzymatic cleaners at Walmart, but along with their catalog products they a have educational articles, and the pictures are adorable.
Here is the link: http://www.drsfostersmith.com/
Also check out my favorite dog training site at: leerburg.com
Here is their house training index of articles:
Your dog seems to be marking, although I could be wrong. I would suggest you get a wire crate and start over from the beginning on letting him have time in the house. I would check out the article on crate training...,it is really a great thing, and also rewarding a dog's behavior with markers:
Here is a list of leerburg.com's free podcasts:
Here are some more informational question and answers articles on crate training:
Don't forget, that if all else fails, get a little wee wee pad. They can be found i the dollar section of the grocery stores or you can make them with newspaper. I like the pads better since they are so soft.
Some dogs get arthritis and don't always like to go out in wet weather or ever move at all.
My 3 year old Malamute has started peeing in the house. We have lived in this house for over a year, our schedules have not changed, and there has not been a change in jobs or family members. But the last 2 weeks when my husband goes into another room and our dog feels that he can not get to him right away, he immediately goes to the kitchen to pee. He has full access to a doggie door at all times. Any suggestions?
This is just an idea, but maybe your husband could take the dog with him a few times, so the dog understands he's not really leaving him. Sounds like separation anxiety to me.
As of last week, my dog refuses to go outside to potty and has started peeing in my bed. Please help us.
Rickie, I have had dogs my whole life and a couple of them did this exact thing. My vet's remedy is humane and works: start confining pooch to smaller quarters. The dog doesn't want to be around it (urine or poo) any more than you do. If you have to leave, make sure pooch is safe, but in a smaller area (that's not the bedroom).
Dog will get the message after a day or two, but you might have to repeat it for a few times. Something else to watch for is if pooch is bored.Their life is quite short compared to ours, so minutes are like hours and hours like days to them. Dogs can pee just to get your attention. Good luck!
I need some helpful tips and ideas on what to do with my dog! He's very attached to me and follows me everywhere. When I'm gone at work or just leave the house, he gets mad and pees on the corners of beds, couches, and on the floors.
I'm a little worried that we offer my 6 month Yorkie too many potty breaks, which has trained him to need to relieve himself every hour or so.
We (Tessa and I) have recently moved to Florida with my sister-in-law and their Beagle-Lab mix dog. My 4 year old Lab is peeing a significant amount of urine in the dining area lately, even when we are in the house! She has plenty of opportunity to go outside, has no issues with the other dog, no issues with potty training, and goes on daily walks. Any suggestions?
Have you taken her to the vet? Usually when they do things they know you don't like, it's because they can't help it. How does she act when you find it or see her at it? Does she look ashamed? When my lab was doing this, she had an infection. Before doing anything else, I would have her checked out there.
As a side note, labs are known to be spirited and (I called mine psycho) spiteful. She might be jealous of the new dog and angry that now she's sharing attention with another dog. She chewed up my stuff when she thought I was slighting her. In that case, it's best to continue to reinforce that it is bad behavior so she knows you're unhappy with her when she does it. Eventually, she'll pick you over that.
I am looking for the best place to give away my one year old Miniature Schnauzer in Houston, Texas. This dog was given to me at 2 months and I cannot control her. It is so bad now she jumps on my back and back legs and tries to bite me.
I have a 1.5 year old Schnauzer who was perfectly house trained; I trained him myself. When we adopted another 9 month old female Schnauzer who I still cannot train, he also began to pee everywhere. I have tried positive reinforcement with treats.
My dog is 4 this year and is well trained. She is very needy and spoiled, but can also handle discipline. The past couple of days she's been left for literally an hour maybe a little longer and she is managing to pull the stair gate open and deciding to poo on beds.
My dog was diagnosed with diabetes in December 2012. She's on insulin, 2 x a day. At night she pees in the house. I take her out around 10, and sometime she holds it and other times she doesn't. It's getting so frustrating. I know she can hold it, I've seen her. Other times she just goes, even when she was just out 3 hours earlier. I'm not sure if she's just getting lazy or what! The vet just increased her insulin up to 5. Someone help me.
By Mary P
My daughter has been visiting for a week with her 2 cats. They stay in the basement due to our being allergic. Our 5 year old Pug suddenly peed in her dog bed today. She has not done this in 4 years! Do you think she's upset about the cats?
How do I "house-retrain" an 8 year old English Bull dog that has started peeing in the house? About once a day and in the same place, he pees. He was trained till we got a rescue, but she's long gone. He just does it on occasion and has a pet door that he uses. We've replaced the wood once and have to do it again! He's not been fixed as he's AKC and ready for possible breeding.
Thank you so much!
By Trish from Tallahassee, FL
My advice is to clean it once more. Then you can try and block him off from that area because he has gotten used to peeing right there and doesn't intend to top. And don't use bleach to clean the area in any place because that is one of the chemicals mixed in a dogs pee.
My house trained dog has recently started peeing in the house, whether we are home or not. What can we do to stop him? The only thing that has changed is that a month before he started peeing everywhere, we had new carpet installed throughout the house, which now has stains everywhere. But it's not just the carpet, he is cocking his leg everywhere.
Can you please help?
Kaylie Bradley from UK
By Mary Melnyk
You have a real challenge on your hands because you are trying to train after the fact and your house smells wonderful to him. But don't give up. Do investigate crate training. Also, when out on a walk do not let him mark. Give him a "No!"and move firmly on. He may look confused because he has always marked there. Be clear and consistent, the whole family on the same page.Dogs are pack animals and you and your family are his pack, so outrank him even as you love him. Work backwards with him until you can trust him again. If you suspect a physical problem check with your vet. Dogs do not need to mark their territory anymore than they need to do their business in the house. I'm sorry this is so long but dogs are so wonderful and so many end up tragically because of training issues. Please don't give up. (01/26/2006)
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By joe raffone
I got my Schipperkee about 4 months ago from the SPCA. I was able to get him to go pee outside. Lately he will poop outside but pee in the house when I am at work. Is there anything that I can spray all over my carpets to deter him from going in the house?
Terralei from Sacramento, CA
If the dog hasn't yet been neutered; do it asap! It sounds like he's marking his territory but you can fix this. It is a common problem, so don't worry. There may have been some scent you weren't aware of on the old rugs and the new scents being so foreign, have caused him to start marking.
The problem may stop on it's own after neutering. You may have to do a little work on firming up the potty training, long walks am and pm, plenty of water, but not right before bedtime or leaving the house, etc. All the things you did to help house train him in the first place, may need to be redone. If necessary, restrict him to one or two rooms until you get him neutered and under control.
Keep an eye that you don't reinforce the bad behavior. Only scold when you catch him in the act. Never after the fact, because he really doesn't associate your anger with the act of peeing if any time has passed since he peed. Give him lots of positive attention and reinforcement at the appropriate times. You don't want to make having the dog a horror for both of you when it can easily be fun again. Also, clean the affected areas in the house thoroughly with an enzyme based cleaner to get rid of all possible scent.
You don't mention how old the dog is either. If he's a real senior citizen, but already neutered, you should get him to vet for a checkup anyway. The peeing might then be unrelated to the new rugs throughout. Best of luck to you and kudos for not just "rehoming" (dumping) your dog at the local shelter at the first sign of a problem. (08/15/2008)
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By Holley D.
I have 3 year old Shih Tzu that for the last year has been peeing on everything in the house. I need help.
Cindy from Bay City, MI
By Big Head
My 11 month old Maltese who has been toilet trained for months now has just started peeing inside in the evening. He is also doing it when he gets excited to see people. Does anyone know why this is and how to stop it?
By Jazzmyn from Timaru, New Zealand
Dogs have no conception of time! When you walk in the door, don't look at him. Say hi, in a calm voice, and walk away with your arms crossed. When he just looks at you after the minute or so, then and only then do you pet him and say hello in a normal calm fashion! Don't ever make a huge deal that you home! It worked with my Chihuahua. Good luck. (04/16/2009)
I have a 6 yr old Dachshund who has started the same thing after no problems for the past 5 years. I have brought out my old cage that I used to originally housebreak him in, and am putting him in it when I leave the house or go to bed. He's getting the idea again that I won't put up with it!
The most important thing though is to find out why. With mine, I had adopted a cat, but she (for many reasons) didn't work out. The cat had become a great friend to my dog (his best friend is my other dachshund), and now he's upset that he can't find the cat anywhere in the house anymore. I feel sure that it won't take but a couple of weeks and he'll be straightened back out again. Good luck with yours! (04/22/2009)
I have a 3 year old Yorkie. We just moved from Florida to Pennsylvania. We have a fenced in yard that he will potty in. Lately when we go out we have been coming home to accidents. It has been more frequent each time we go out. If I don't jump out of bed in the morning he will go in the house, as well. Should I start to crate him again when we go out?
By Frushon from Wilkes-Barre, PA
We have been doing fine with training our approximately 4 month old male Boxer. Yet the past 2 days he has been a nightmare, having 6 accidents in 6 hours and he has been outside 4 times. Help please.
I have a 7 month old Boston Terrier. He has been potty trained (pee's outside), but not poopy trained. Strangely he would pee on anything in the house up till about a month ago.
I have a Yorkie and he is 3 years old and trained to go outside. He started to pee in my house, what could be wrong? Please help me.
My 3 year old, housetrained male dog finds it necessary to cock his leg and pee on everything. I will let him out, and he'll stay outside for hours.
I have a 2 year old Chihuahua, her name is Bella. I got her at 12 weeks old and I had her house trained with the pee pads.
I have a Pug/Chihuahua who is 6 years old. He was trained to go outside since he was a puppy and never peed inside even when I had to work this one time he held it for 10 hours.
I have a 6 year old dog who is potty trained. We recently moved into a house 5 months ago, and he is peeing in one spot of our new place.
My Irish Wolfhound has always been nervous; he is 2 years old and we have had him from a puppy. He is a big softy, but has started to pee in the house in front of us.
I have Pit Bull puppy; he is a good dog. The thing about him is he use to go to the bathroom outside all the time never inside, but now ...
I have a 3 year old dog that was house broken for a year and a half. Then after my boyfriend was killed in an accident he has started peeing on everything. Does anyone have any suggestions on what to do?
My 5 year old male Maltese was pee trained, but for the past few months he pees around the house even when he goes out frequently to pee and poo.