Sun 18 Sep, 2005 10:36 pm
My two year old lab just started peeing inside on my carpet. I have had her since she was a puppy and she has been trained for well over a year. She just started peeing inside. She has been fixed and there really is nothing that has changed in our daily routine. Does anyone have any advise on 'why' she would be doing this, me and my carpet need some relief FAST!! Thankx
labowner333, welcome to A2K. Glad to have another dog owner here.
My 2-year old male Bichon started peeing indoors from time to time after I brought home my 1 year old Shih Tsu female. I think Maddy is marking his territory around the house. They are great buddies and are inseparable.
Could be a slight infection? (bladder kidney etc)
Is she drinking more than usual?
If yes to either, it would be a good idea to see the Vet.
P.S. Welcome to A2K, by the way.
Thank you for the replys.................
Thank you for the replys on my question. Now that I think of it she has been drinking more than usual. I was thinking that maybe it could be a bladder infection but didn't know how common this was. Looks like a trip to the vet for me. Thanks again!
Many things can set a dog off, especially one as sensitive as a Lab. They are extremely family oriented pets. If they feel neglected in any way, they will act out to get your attention. Or perhaps there is something medically wrong. Either way, yes I agree that the vet is your first trip.
I have had my dog for 6 months he is 2 yrs old the past 5 months he has been peeing in the house.
He does not drink water milk now and then he seems to be losing weight.
His urine is yellow and the smell is strong he runs out the house when he can. Any suggestions he goes for walks and plays in the garden but it does not help
Your dog should be drinking water. What does the vet say?
The dog may be diabetic which would explain the excessive drinking of water and peeing. Just a thought.