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Old June 23rd, 2008, 03:39 PM
Ladylily Ladylily is offline
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Help with peeing Maltipoo


We recently rescued our Maltipoo and she has been great- whoever lost/dumped her had her trained and we are all appreciative. Three days ago she started to pee in the house even though we walk her regularly. She has stopped going outside except for with my husband, and she tried to make a run from one of my kids. We are truly in love with her cute little fuzzy face, but are at our wits end about the peeing in the house. We don't let her on the carpet, and usually she signals us when she needs to go. Bought a training pad, but she is just not interested, unless it involves shredding it...any advice? BTW, she is spayed and according to the Vet a little older than 1 year. Thanks.
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Old June 23rd, 2008, 06:51 PM
t.pettet t.pettet is offline
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Get her checked at vets for bladder infection, then if she's healthy start limiting her space by not allowing her access to the entire house. You could keep her in the kitchen with a baby gate and take her out regularly every 2 hrs. and stay with her while she pees, then lots of praise and small treat when she eliminates outside.
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