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Fixed male dog peeing in house.

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Chandler

Code name:- Farmcollie
 
 
Barked: Fri Feb 1, '13 4:06pm PST 
Yes, this is a housebreaking issue. You need to start back at square one like he was a puppy, clean all the spots he's peed on, and never leave him unsupervised in the house. The last means he has to be confined in an area small enough that he won't want to mess in it, or tethered to a human who is watching him.

One thing that has not been mentioned; consider checking for a medical problem making him need to urinate more often. Bladder infections aren't as common in males, but they do happen.
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Toto, CD, RN, CGC

We don't do- doodles!!!
 
 
Barked: Fri Feb 1, '13 4:44pm PST 
I want to agree with Chandler and suggest you get a urine sample checked for bacteria.
Toto suffers from very frequent bladder infections and the ONLY SYMPTOM he has when they occur is that he PEES in my house, usually on my bed, but always somewhere in the house!!!! When not suffering an infection, he DOES NOT urinate in the house ever!
He has had over 10 UTI's in the last two years and EACH TIME, the ONLY thing I saw was that he peed somewhere in the house. Finally, I learned, and would get a urine sample checked and get him on antibiotics.
He would only pee inside ONE TIME, and it stopped within 24 hours of starting the antibiotic.
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Koda

Born to run -- loves to sleep
 
 
Barked: Fri Feb 1, '13 5:36pm PST 
Wow, thank you! I didn't even consider the fact that he could have an infection. I just learned that I am a little late in stepping up and trying to fix the problem... My mom has already put an ad in the paper. I'll do what I can but there's not much I can do when no one else, family not the people here, is willing to help me.
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