Customer Service for Subscribers. A syndrome called hormone-responsive urinary incontinence is a common cause of a dog peeing on the bed — at least in middle-aged, spayed female dogs. Let's find out more about it here.
Lately it is getting worse. He has started peeing on our bed. I love my dog and have never EVER gotten rid of a dog of mine, but I have never had a problem dog like this.
Is your dog making the inside of your house a maze of wet spots and pungent smells? Sometimes even a longtime house-trained dog can regress and begin routinely relieving themselves inside your home, wrecking your carpets and your peace of mind. Experts have identified several triggers for this behavior and also have recommendations for correcting dogs peeing in the house.
I just got a new puppy. He is 9 weeks old and he is doing a really good job not peeing on the floor, of course he has a few accidents here and there, but he is peeing in his bed. Whenever I put him in his crate he pees on it. From what I know it is unusual even for puppies to pee where they sleep.
They are essentially two different issues, though sometimes the same underlying issue can cause both of them. A housebroken dog urinating in the house could be caused by medical dog incontinence, or an emotional issue such as stress or a change in routine. You should see your vet to rule out a medical issue if your old dog is peeing in the house.
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So if your dog is showing signs of sleep incontinence, skip the dog trainer and go straight to your vet so your dog can be checked out for possible underlying medical problems. A Matter of Control. In order to understand the dynamics behind a dog urinating while sleeping, a little lesson in anatomy is needed.
Dogs peeing on their beds can be behavioural or a sign of a medical problem. If your dog is weeing in his sleep or while lying down it is likely that this could be a urinary tract infection and it's important you contact your vet. Your dog peeing on his bed could be behavioural; if he has done it once and then his bed smells of wee he will continue to urinate there as he now thinks his bed is where he should wee. Clean the bed as soon as you notice the smell so that he doesn't continue.
What did you do to deserve this sordid sullying of your sweet sleep sheets? The answer likely has less to do with you, and much more to do with them. In a similar vein, dogs urinate to mark their territory and show other dogs what belongs to them.