Springer bitch constantly urinating in the home

by Kevin
(Baughurst, Hants)

We have a 10 yr old bitch who has always had "little accidents" around the house. However, its now getting worse and is getting really tiresome. If you look at her, or raise your voice you get a little puddle - and if you then try and get her out you end up with a stream all the way to the back door. She even pee's in her bed and sleeps in it! The utility room smells like a urinal - not pleasant. We have an 11 yr old springer dog and a 2 yr old cocker dog and they never do it (or have never been caught!). We even leave the back door open or kick them all out into the garden every couple of hours. Strangely we dont often have puddles overnight. Has anyone any suggestions? thanks


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Dec 14, 2011
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springer bitch urination NEW
by: Anonymous

Take her to the vet, could be something as simple as an infection or something more serious, is she drinking more water than normal!

Dec 14, 2011
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by: Anonymous

Sounds like a bladder infection. Take her to the vet for a check out. My old girl had lots of bladder infections and would puddle occasionally by accident. That was always a clue that something was going on inside, and it was time to go to the vet.

Dec 14, 2011
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by: Anonymous

I had a boxer cross bitch that did this a lot. The vet prescribed a mild sedative, which cured the problem, then we weaned her off them and she stopped it totally - except in cases of HUGE excitement, like when you return from a holiday! then it was best to greet her outside!!

Dec 13, 2011
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sounds like she knows she's doing wrong and a bit scared when she gets into trouble.try and stay calm.

first think is to get her to a vet to check for urinary infections. if everything checks out go back to basics with toilet training let her out more often and give plenty praise.

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