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Dog Peeing on Concrete?

My German Shepherd is 1 years old and in my backyard we have concrete that leads to rocks before you enter my garage. She's been going pee and poop in the rocks since we got her at 5 months old. There were a few days in a row when she wouldn't enter the rocks and peed on the concrete and then it went back to normal. But again just now she stopped right before the rocks and went pee on the concrete. I'm just so confused and I wonder if it has to do with her panosteitis? Because the time before when she did this her panosteitis was acting up. Does anyone know why she would be doing this and should it be worrisome?

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December 24, 20191 found this helpful
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It sounds like you have answered your own question that the dog's Panosteitis is back. The inflammation must hurt when walking on uneven surfaces and the concrete is smooth which is why the change.

Sounds like you know your pup well, so follow her lead with this one!

It will probably be hard to get the pup in with the holiday, but I would try to get her in to her vet as soon as you can. I would hate to see it turn into an emergency situation, so maybe if your vet is open Thursday, they could see you.

Post back with an update! Sending prayers for healing.

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December 26, 20190 found this helpful

Thank you so so much for your feedback!!!!

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December 26, 20190 found this helpful

Thank you so so much for your feedback this really helps !

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December 27, 20190 found this helpful

Prayers continue! Please post back with an update!

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December 25, 20191 found this helpful

I do believe the dog is having another issue with her panosteitis. My daghter needs to take her dogs to the vet every 4 months to have it looked at.

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I think I would make an appointment with the vet and have her checked out again for this issue.

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Thank you !!!

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December 25, 20191 found this helpful

It's not your dogs fault, there is a underlying problem. Check with Vet!

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December 26, 20190 found this helpful

Thank you!!

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December 25, 20191 found this helpful

It definitely sounds like the panosteitis has returned. Call the vet and check it out.

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Thank you!!

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