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Old July 24th, 2012, 05:42 PM
Gizmo11373 Gizmo11373 is offline
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Urinating in the house

Have a beagle/ foxhound mix and a mini beagle/golden retriever ,both pee in the house even when let out several times a day what can I do roommate tired of cleaning up after them. Sometimes they'll go days or weeks w/out peeing in the house and then BAM they did it again please help me thanks.

P.s. beagle/foxhound is a 6yr old male mini beagle/golden retriever is female 5 yrs old
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Old July 24th, 2012, 08:20 PM
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Have a beagle/ foxhound mix and a mini beagle/golden retriever ,both pee in the house even when let out several times a day what can I do roommate tired of cleaning up after them. Sometimes they'll go days or weeks w/out peeing in the house and then BAM they did it again please help me thanks.

P.s. beagle/foxhound is a 6yr old male mini beagle/golden retriever is female 5 yrs old
I would have the vet seem your dogs to see in they have an UTI.
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Old July 27th, 2012, 01:31 PM
Niall Niall is offline
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Although dogs don't think like humans they can get frustrated and that can lead to marking in the house. Because this isn't a consistent issue, it could be medical or emotional (stress, anxiety, frustration). Consider both when looking for the solution for your dogs. When we aren't providing enough exercise and opportunities to get out and be dogs they often let us know with this sort of behaviour.

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