Toilet Trained Havanese Peeing Inside

We have a 4 year old Havanese. We do not show her and she was desexed at 5 months old. She was well potty trained. However, lately I have noticed she has taken to weeing either in her crate, on the toilet mat, or the bathmat! I am home with her all day and only leave her for short whiles if I have messages to do. She gets lots of attention, plus treats for being a good girl when she does 'potty' outside. She used to 'squeak' loudly at night letting us know when she wanted to go out. These days it's a very light snuffle or quiet squeak, making it difficult to wake us when we are sleeping. She has plenty of water available for her during the day. She's active, has a good appetite and appears generally in good health. However, in saying that, and thinking about it, she does tend to sleep a lot! I have MS and am unable to take her for a good walk. We do have a large, well fenced garden where she is able to run about and do her 'zoomie' thing! Really, the only problem is her accidental toilet habits. I would appreciate any help from other fur baby parents or yourself. Thank you for giving me the opportunity to air my question.

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February 8, 20180 found this helpful
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She may have a urinary tract infection. Consult your vet.

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February 9, 20180 found this helpful

Thank you for your suggestion. I will keep an eye on her. I need to get Nutkin wormed again so I shall pose the question when I go and get her tablet. Thanks muchly for you hrlp.

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February 13, 20181 found this helpful
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You might want to consider a puppy pad for her.

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February 14, 20180 found this helpful

Thank you. Yes, that sounds like a wise idea. Think she might have trouble holding on. At least she has the sense to do it near the toilet and uses the toilet or bath mat!!

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