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Please help me she wont stop weeeeeeeeeeein!!!!!!!!!!!

Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by Marlon, Jul 16, 2009.


  1. Marlon

    Marlon PetForums Newbie

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    My 7 month old pitt/mastiff (Bella) wont stop weein in the house she really knos shes not ment to cos every time she does it she gets told "NO" and gets taken outside and told "Toliet"..

    She aint got an infection vet said so...

    She gets taken out every 30mins to an hour...

    She dnt drink alot of water she only eats dried food but still does huge puddles of wee...

    I really dnt get it!!!!!

    :cursing:
     
  2. rona

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    How often does she wee?
    Have you made an issue of it so that she thinks the whole weeing thing is wrong and holds on until she just can't any more?
     
  3. DevilDogz

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    Has she had her first season yet? If not she may be coming into it!:)
     
  4. Marlon

    Marlon PetForums Newbie

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    yep...

    nah she aint cum on yet i hope its that...
     
  5. rona

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    Errr what's yep? :D
     
  6. DevilDogz

    DevilDogz Guest

    Why do you hope it is that!:blushing:
     
  7. Marlon

    Marlon PetForums Newbie

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    yep

    i have made a issue about it...

    i hope the reason shes weein so much is cos she aint cum on yet...
     
  8. ad_1980

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    You may need to go back to basics with her to get her back to toilet training again.

    How often did you let her out as a pup?
     
  9. rona

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    So do you think that this may be the reason?
     
  10. Marlon

    Marlon PetForums Newbie

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    same evey 30mins to a hour...

    I dunno really dont kno...

    wen shes in her crate she holds it untill i let her out dwnstairs to go toilet

    so i dnt see why she goin in the house wen she really knos shes not ment to
     
  11. Nonnie

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    Stop punishing her for going to the toilet. All that you will achieve is having a dog that thinks peeing is wrong, and that will hold it, or hide it.

    If shes having accidents, its because you havent taught her where the appropriate place to go it.

    Do you physically go outside with her? Encourage her to go and praise her when she does? If not, you need to start doing this. You have to TEACH a dog what you want it to do, you cant expect it to just know.
     
  12. ad_1980

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    yes and 30 minutes is too long in my opinion. She might be older now but you haven't taught her where to go.

    Start letting her out every 15-20 minutes or so and praise her for doing it outside.
    She'll get it soon.
     
  13. Ty-bo

    Ty-bo PetForums Senior

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    I dont mean to be rude but you dont sound very old
    Is she your first dog???? If so why did you get a dog with a mix of breeds that need an experienced owner?
     
  14. Marlon

    Marlon PetForums Newbie

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    You people ur crazy...

    of course i prasie her...

    Of course i go dwn wid her...

    Of course she knos where to go cos if she didnt she be bloody weein in her bed!!!!!!!!

    15-20mins???????????? are u crazy, i do hava life and kids!
     
  15. rona

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    No need for that responce, you asked for help people have tried to give it, if you get offended easily, it may have been better to give more detail with your question
     
  16. Nonnie

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    Well shes urinating in your house, so obviously she doesnt know where is appropriate.

    When you take on a dog, you take on the full responsibility for it and its actions. Its a full time commitment, not just when you have a moment. Unless there is some medical reason why she is urinating inside, then its down to nothing more than inconsistant training.


    Are you cleaning the places with the appropriate cleaner? Bleach will encourage her, non-bio washing liquid/powder with break down the organic componants.
     
  17. Marlon

    Marlon PetForums Newbie

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    Sorry didnt mean it ina any way hurtfull...
     
  18. ad_1980

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    We all have lives, we all have kids, we were around them. If you can't then maybe you shouldn't own a dog. Sorry but its true.

    Oh and another bit of advice which you will also thing its stupd but i don't care - but try taking your dog for a walk too - or do you not do that because you have kids?

    Honestly you try and help someone and you get your head bitten off :(
     
  19. Tigerneko

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    There's no need to be rude to us, we are trying to help you :rolleyes:

    When she wees inside the house or anywhere you don't want her to, what do you do? Do you should at her? If so, you could be making her scared of going to the toilet because all she knows is that every time she does a wee, she gets punished for it.

    You could also try watching her, and watching for any behaviour patterns she shows that might suggest she's about to go to the toilet, e.g. sniffing around in a certain area, squatting, circling.... this is what my dog does and we've learned that whenever she started doing that, it meant she needed the toilet - so we put her outside before she had a chance to do it inside, and then praised her when she went outside.

    You may have already tried those things but you haven't given us much background on exactly what methods you're using, so i'm just saying what I know :)
     
  20. Ty-bo

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    Well said AD1980!

    Sorry, but why indeed get a pup if you dont have the time to train it?
    Just another rescue statistic waiting to happen...
     
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