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Our 7 yr old female, who has been known to hold her pee for 12 hours, has just started to pee in the house. We have had her for 3 years, nothing new to the house or us. first two times we werent home, today she peed when we were eating dinner in the other room. urine sample 3 weeks ago was clean.

 

Could she be pissed at us for something?

 

any ideas?

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Guest eaglflyt

Current research reveals that canines don't eliminate to punish owners. It just doesn't happen.

 

I'd have her checked again for a urinary tract infection. It could also be diet related if she is eating something that is irritating her bladder. Additionally, there are medical issues that can cause frequent urination unrelated to infection. I'd take her back to the vet to and have her checked out again.

 

Best wishes for getting it all figured out.

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have her checked again. We had that w/our grey and ended up having an ultrasound done which determined that since she was spayed so late (2.5 years old) it caused her issues (which included peeing in the house) and we ended up giving her yogurt daily w/cranberry juice and it got better. Good luck!

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Lola had these issues after 6 years of never having an accident in the house. The vet gave us Proin for her, but after researching it, we decided not to give it to her.

 

Someone on this board (and I'm sorry I can't remember who) gave us the idea of giving her 1/4 - 1/2 cup of milk per day. We did and there has not been a single accident since. Someone else may chime in about the milk. It worked wonders.

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Lola had these issues after 6 years of never having an accident in the house. The vet gave us Proin for her, but after researching it, we decided not to give it to her.

 

Someone on this board (and I'm sorry I can't remember who) gave us the idea of giving her 1/4 - 1/2 cup of milk per day. We did and there has not been a single accident since. Someone else may chime in about the milk. It worked wonders.

 

 

 

What does the milk do?

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Vet check. UTI can develop in 3 weeks (or even overnight).

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Lola had these issues after 6 years of never having an accident in the house. The vet gave us Proin for her, but after researching it, we decided not to give it to her.

 

Someone on this board (and I'm sorry I can't remember who) gave us the idea of giving her 1/4 - 1/2 cup of milk per day. We did and there has not been a single accident since. Someone else may chime in about the milk. It worked wonders.

 

 

 

What does the milk do?

 

This is provided she doesn't have a UTI, which my Lola didn't have. The lady that told me this said a rescue group uses milk on senior female returns with incontinence. They really don't know why it works, but could have something to do with the hormones in the milk??? I swear by it.

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Lola had these issues after 6 years of never having an accident in the house. The vet gave us Proin for her, but after researching it, we decided not to give it to her.

 

Someone on this board (and I'm sorry I can't remember who) gave us the idea of giving her 1/4 - 1/2 cup of milk per day. We did and there has not been a single accident since. Someone else may chime in about the milk. It worked wonders.

 

 

 

What does the milk do?

 

This is provided she doesn't have a UTI, which my Lola didn't have. The lady that told me this said a rescue group uses milk on senior female returns with incontinence. They really don't know why it works, but could have something to do with the hormones in the milk??? I swear by it.

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Lola had these issues after 6 years of never having an accident in the house. The vet gave us Proin for her, but after researching it, we decided not to give it to her.

 

Someone on this board (and I'm sorry I can't remember who) gave us the idea of giving her 1/4 - 1/2 cup of milk per day. We did and there has not been a single accident since. Someone else may chime in about the milk. It worked wonders.

 

 

 

What does the milk do?

 

This is provided she doesn't have a UTI, which my Lola didn't have. The lady that told me this said a rescue group uses milk on senior female returns with incontinence. They really don't know why it works, but could have something to do with the hormones in the milk??? I swear by it.

Does it have to be whole milk? Would Lactaid be okay?

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Lola had these issues after 6 years of never having an accident in the house. The vet gave us Proin for her, but after researching it, we decided not to give it to her.

 

Someone on this board (and I'm sorry I can't remember who) gave us the idea of giving her 1/4 - 1/2 cup of milk per day. We did and there has not been a single accident since. Someone else may chime in about the milk. It worked wonders.

 

 

 

What does the milk do?

 

This is provided she doesn't have a UTI, which my Lola didn't have. The lady that told me this said a rescue group uses milk on senior female returns with incontinence. They really don't know why it works, but could have something to do with the hormones in the milk??? I swear by it.

Does it have to be whole milk? Would Lactaid be okay?

All we have in the house is lactose free milk, and it worked for Lola.

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Penny turned 12 this past Jan., and she had been known to hold her pee for up to 12 hours a couple of times, and never had any accidents as an adult dog. But the last 2 months, she has started "leaking", wherever she is laying down. My vet checked her, did tests, and ruled out a UTI, although she gave me meds for UTI. Penny is on PPA now, but it is not helping and I really don't like her being on it on a permanent basis. I will definitely try the milk! wubsite.gif

 

Penny turned 12 this past Jan., and she had been known to hold her pee for up to 12 hours a couple of times, and never had any accidents as an adult dog. But the last 2 months, she has started "leaking", wherever she is laying down. My vet checked her, did tests, and ruled out a UTI, although she gave me meds for UTI. Penny is on PPA now, but it is not helping and I really don't like her being on it on a permanent basis. I will definitely try the milk! wubsite.gif

 

p.s. Penny was spayed at around 4 months old, so it's not that :)

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