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Old November 11th, 2011, 06:53 AM
ChrisKam ChrisKam is offline
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Old Dog Peeing in the House

Over the last 4 months, my 16 year-old, female, poodle-terrier has been peeing in the house. I've been giving her Propalin (hormonal drugs) everyday, but yet for some reason she pees whenever we're not at home because she can't hold it in any longer.

I leave my house in the morning, and she stays home for about 6 hours by herself, and she usually pees right before I get home. I have no idea what I'm supposed to do, and my parents have been waking up in the morning at around 2am just so she won't pee in the night.

My parents want to put her down because she's ruining the hardwood floor and making the house smell, but my dog is just so active. She still runs around like a puppy and she's still able to do things that she could when she was 4 years old. I have no idea as to what I can do, and my parents are thinking about putting her down tomorrow. I would be able to accept it if she was in any sort of pain, but my dog is absolutely healthy if it wasn't for these pee issues.

Are there any suggestions?

P.S. I'd also like to mention that this peeing started after she had a bladder infection.
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