Another is taking them out every hour. Every night our dog who is kenneled poops and pees in her cage. Please note we are still working on the site, so its appearance may change from time to time over the next few days. Find out the best and worst foods for your dog and which to avoid. Notify me of follow-up comments by email. You should also bring this up with your Veterinarian when you go in next for vaccinations to see if there is a medical reason infection etc… for the urinating in the crate.
If you've recently rehomed these 2, could it be something similar? How can we get it right with one? Aug 11, Messages: We try never to leave her in long enough to have accidents but she still seems to at least once a week. You will likely move back and forth this way multiple times.
I noticed that he doesn't drink the water in his pen when he is home alone with my brother-in-law. Most dogs will not soil their sleeping environment. We have taken her to the vet and she does not have a UTI. We never leave her for more than 3 hours which means coming home multiple times during the work day and sometimes she has already peed in the crate at that point. Wait for her to stand still, then take another step backwards. I will do as you advised, starting with a thorough scrubbing while the weather is dry! I believe after a while your puppy will learn your routine and adjust accordingly when they learn their bladder control.
He knows to go outside and I take him out frequently besides when I am at work for the day. Now this is odd and I know my co-workers pup does the same also. Add a comment to Bambi's experience. I remember reading somewhere that dogs kept in dirty conditions as pups may do this? You need to continue with regular training like you would with a puppy to not urinate in the crate but it may take a while for Bruno to pick it up and he still may have accidents; unfortunately I have no quick fix for you.