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Guest jvandover

Growing up we always had dogs, and most of my experiences were the same. Male dogs mark, and females pee once, maybe twice on a walk, and that is it.

 

Well, Lovie is a a female Greyhound (duh :P ) and she marks... sometimes. She sometimes only pees once or twice, but typically will go "a couple tablespoons" 4-5 times per walk!

 

Does any one else have experience on male vs female dogs marking?

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Guest earlkattangrey

I've only had Kattan (male grey) a couple weeks, so it could change, but so far, Meeve (female) does mark out on walks (pees one full time but then always seems to have some in reserve for 4-8 marks, even lifting her leg and sort of squatting to do it), and Kattan does not at all. Meeve is definitely an alpha female though.

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Guest AGirlNamedMe

The only place Bella goes excessively is at the dog park. Poo and pee. She pooped so many times that a man there asked if our dog was sick. :P

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Guest Sunset123

Arrisa marks. She can go 5-10 times on a short walk.

 

Fortunately, she knows that when I take her out in the yard for a "real" pee I expect more than just a little tinkle! :P

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We often call Asta "Little Miss Marker" on walks. She really goes to town when we take a neighborhood route she hasn't been on in a while. Also, in the last couple of years, she seems to do more precise aiming, kinda like a boy. :)

Lisa

 

Dog mama to angel-boy Ewan (racing name Atascocita Ewan), 3/26/10 to 8/23/20, and angel-girl Asta (racing name Pazzo Asta), 6/16/01 to 9/7/13.

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