My Dog Pees on Her Bed?

I recently adopted an American Staffy. She is 3 years old and she pees on her bed all the time. No matter how many times I take her out for a walk she will pee or poop on her bed and keep sleeping on it. Any suggestions?

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August 15, 20192 found this helpful

AST are very smart dogs so that you are having issues with pee leads me two ways...

1. is she is just adjusting to her new life and things will get better with time.

2. talk to the vet to make sure she has a clean bill of health. Usually pee (or poop issues) are caused by an underlying health condition (urinary tract infection, kidney infection etc.). That can be cleared up easily with an antibiotic from the vet.

If she gets a clean bill of health, talk to the vet about the possibility that it is anxiety and see if they will give her something to help (and if they recommend crate training -- although if she is peeing the bed, it may need to be crate with pee pads--which will wick away the moisture-- and not a bed).

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Hopefully once she is settled things it will be easy to keep her trained and the peeing the bed will stop. Post back with an update. Prayers!!

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August 15, 20191 found this helpful

Try no bed,place a towel in it's place and see what happens.Take a look at what your pet bed is made out of, and try something new.

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August 15, 20190 found this helpful

I tried the towel method first as we have tile floors and she doesnt like to sleep on the hard floor also when ever she pees she goes to the bathroom afterward and sits in the shower area i think this is how she was punished for peeing in the house floor

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August 18, 20190 found this helpful

I tried but afyer 3 days same resuly only she does it on the side of her bed which messes up the bottom im thinking about getting a water proof cover

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August 15, 20190 found this helpful

Dogs do not like to mess where they eat and sleep. Go to a vet to get the dog examined thoroughly

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August 15, 20190 found this helpful

I have taken her to the vet and she has a clean bill heath minus heartworms so we started the treatment but aftwr 4 days we took hwr toanother vet and she didnt ha e the worms anymore and the vet said she probally never have them so idk i think they sair she has heart worm so we would pay the 300 i. Fee for the vet and meds so idk

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August 17, 20190 found this helpful

I agree with most everyone here that a trip to the Vet is where you should start. Rescue dogs often have pasts that result in some behaviors that need to be carefully and lovingly corrected. Some puppy mill dogs have no idea what it is like to go outside and potty on the grass.

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They had no choice but to potty wherever they were, and then sleep in it. I hope your dog did not receive this sort of treatment. I would begin careful training with her. It will take some patience and some time, but it can be done. Get help when you need to and best of luck.

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August 18, 20190 found this helpful

What kind of training???? Any recomendations the vet said to walk her more then 3 times a day

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