Peeing the bed at 14

All models are 18 years of age or older. There are a number of reasons your pet may be wetting his or her bed. This is a guide about dog peeing in its own bed. A Chihuahua laying in its bed. Here are the questions asked by community members. My Shih-Tzu has always peed in my other dog’s bed. She also pees on my daughter’s dog’s bed and her own bed, and then sleeps on it.

At night or when I’m not home, I do not let her roam anymore. I have a big towel folded on the floor then her dog bed on that and another towel on the bed. Every single night she pees on everything and then sleeps on it. I have even given her nothing to sleep on, and she doesn’t pee at night, but will pee on my other dog’s bed sometime throughout the day, as soon as she gets an opportunity. She has peed on my bed in the past, now I keep my door shut so she can’t go in there. I have a french bulldog that does exactly the same. I’m his 3rd owner and he has abandonment issues, as well as abuse history.

He won’t pee if he sleeps with me but if he is alone he will pee on anything he lays on to sleep. I have two British Bulldogs and my eldest, who is now 11, started peeing on her bed when we got the younger one. Initially I thought it was a dominance thing, however, it’s been 5 years now and there’s no sign of improvement. Instead now she doesn’t care if she lays in it. I have even tried not washing the bed just drying it out, but it made no difference. She does not do it during the day though it’s only at night. This is a common occurrence in dogs who have diabetes.

Especially if she drinks a lot. Diabetes in dogs is easy to control. What does your vet say about it? My 12 year old dog started doing that and I couldn’t understand why until one day while petting her I discovered a large lump in her abdomen. Turned out to be a baseball size cancer tumor. My dog wets herself all the time day or night asleep or awake.

She is always drinking water. I’m changing her bed 2 to 3 times a day. I love her dearly, but feel I just can not keep her if this continues. Have you taken the dog to a veterinarian? This sound like a medical problem. Please don’t just get rid of the dog or assume this is just «bad dog» behavior.

Sounds like kidney failure or kidney stones. A vet can diagnose the problem. Honestly, I can’t see why you would consider giving her to a shelter before even taking her to the vet at least once to try to figure out what the problem is. Have your dog checked for diabetes. My French Bulldog came from a pet store and we are the 3rd owner. He is 2 years old and seems to enjoy sleeping in his urine.

He will pee on any bedding we give him, he also destroyed our couch with urine and has peed on my pillow recently. Now he is crated at night, but he goes on his blankets and sleeps on it so he is always smelly in the morning. He asks to go potty and we let him out right away, and before bed of course, so it seems he just does it because he likes sleeping on it. I going crazy cause I am tired of washing peed on blankets every single day, his bedroom stinks in the morning and I feel bad to not give him blankets because he really likes to be cozy. Have you taken your dog to your vet for help? Experienced vets have training and knowledge in this area and can help with possible medication and good suggestions on how to change the dog’s behavior. Lauren, that is what vets are for. They can actually examine the animal and know the right questions to ask. Chances are they have seen many similar cases, and can recommend a dog trainer or behaviorist if one is required. Or you can take the advice from someone on the internet who has never seen your dog, but if it doesn’t work you’ll end up having to take it to the vet anyway. Nobody ever said you could get a dog, a collar and a leash and as long as you feed it there will never be any other expenses associated with it. Why do people think this is true? I have a 8 year old Pit Bull.

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