Monday, July 2, 2007

Question For you guys

Hi friends, I have a question for you all from a J-lander and a very sweet friend of mine, Donna, her dog has been peeing on her rugs lately and she is trying to figure out a way to prevent it from happening, do any of you have any suggestions to prevent her dog from peeing on the rugs, as you all know I am a huge animal lover and I would have tons of cats and chihuahua's if I could, I love animals but I have'nt had a dog in a long time so I appreciate any feedback you guys can offer, Donna does'nt want to get rid of the dog, her son would be heartbroken, thank you guys so much !!!!!!!!!I know alot of you have dogs so I look forward to hearing your suggestions, Love You All and Thanks , Lisa XOXO

9 comments:

kamdghwmw said...

Is he peeing on the rug or on a carpet? If it is a rug just remove the rug and do not put it back. I know they also make a spray that will help him not to pee in certain spote.
Kelli
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emmi2sweet said...

Like Kelli said there is a spray that is suppost to help them from peeing. Pet smart carries it but I can't remember the name of it. I had a rug in my daughters room that for some reason all my dogs would go on. As soon as I took it out of the house I haven't had any problems out of any of them ... well except the puppy but he is getting better. Hugs, Emmi

seraphoflove9001 said...

The only thing that I know of is a spray. I hope that helps. ;o)
Lisa

chat2missie said...

If he just started doing it, he may be having bladder problems.  She should take him to the vet.  

siennastarr said...

Once they start.. especially if they have been going outside pretty regularly, it's hard to pin point what's caused them to change habits.  Is the dog ill?  Has anything changed in the home?  New people?  Is someone gone that is usually there?  Dogs can be so emotional that they are just like children.  It affects their eating, and body functions.  Gosh.. I wish I could be of more help, Lisa.. but, I'm kind of clueless here!
Good luck to your friend!

Hugs
jackie
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onehenn3chicks said...

If the dog WAS trained to go outside but then started inside, it might be a kidney/bladder infection!

Amy

chevyz71gurl74 said...

I really don't know, but i agree alot with what Jackie said...maybe try to take the dog out more frequently...and if he/she is still doing it...could possibly be a bladder infection...then i would take it to the vet....

Hope she figures out whats wrong....

Don't u just love chihuahua's...mine is rotten!

Hugs,
Terri

cottoncandi12306 said...

Hey Lisa, I don't know what to say about this, I have three dogs, and they have started doing the same thing...  It really ticks me off and of course, getting rid of them is not an option....  I know sometimes I want to kill them thoug....LOL
Miss Ya
MaryAlice

nay0114 said...

Hope she figures out what's wrong. Maybe for right now she needs to go back to create training. That's how I house broke all our dogs when we had them. But I agree with everyone else if the dog was already house broke, then something else is going on. Bladder infections make them do that... that happens in cats too. Good luck to your friend.
Take care, Chrissie