Bentley was marking in the house before i had him neutered and he stoped right after being fixed- I havnet had any troubles at all with him going potty in the house for months. But this weekend, hes peed on each one of my daughters beds- and hes never done this before. He just jumped up and peed. both times. differnt bedrooms, differnt beds. Why would he be doing this? He is house broken and doenst go in the house. He also has been peeing on places that daisy has peed outside or where shes pooped he will pee on it. I have caught him trying to pee on daisy when shes peeing.( outside of coarse) whats going on? Daisy is 6 months old and is not spayed yet. my vet wants to do blood work and a few other tests first , since he cant figure out why she has diarhea and cant seem to get it to be normal- I did have problems with Bentley marking in the house before he was neutered he would pee on hubbys boots and odd things on the floor but he never once did it again after being neutered and now hes peeing on my daughters beds. not my bed, thought that was werid but thats where he sleeps so maybe he wont pee where he sleeps but will pee where every one else pees. With daisy not being spayed yet will bentley still know when she if she goes into heat before being spayed? will this make him do werid things? I dont know if shes in heat, i dont think she is swollon down there looks normal to me, and no blood or anything. Bentley has been basically been house broken for months- maybe a accident here and there maybe 1 time every 2 weeks or somethng and mostly my fault hes at the door wanting out and cant make it in time and goes on the rug in front of the door what can i do? the doors to all bedrooms are closed, but they did leave them open and he just went in and peed and my daughter caught him doing it so he isnt even trying to hide it. Is he mad? our house is a nightmare right now, putting wood floors down its very loud with the saws and floor nailer thing and hamering ect. could this be part of it/ any ideas on what hes doing would be appreciated. hes a very smart dog so this is really bothersome . i trust bentley to roam any where in the house , now i dont. whats up? could daisy be in heat and its getting to him? even being neutered?
This is the reason lots of vets advise to get your male altered before they start to mark. It may put an end to it, then again the behavior is already learned so it is a crap shoot.
Daisy is about to come into her first heat and it is nature for him to be doing what he is doing. Especially when you say he is urinating where she goes to the bathroom and even trying to urinate on her...he is sending out a message to anyone who comes sniffing along. "Mine."
You really should get daisy fixed as soon as possible. Again, that also may help to stop it since yes, he can tell (and all the other surrounding male dogs in your neighborhood, passed on the street etc) when she is going into heat and it is still doing to drive him (them) nuts. Dogs can be determined, annoying and even mean when trying to mate.
Just because he was neutered it does not take away the drive, he will still want to do what nature intended with a female in season.
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The hormones can still be in the system for up to two months after the neuter however I would think she is going into heat & that is what is stirring him up. Do NOT let them together. He can still impregnate her. It can happen.
I don't understand you vets reasoning with holding off on the spay. If she does go into heat, that raises her cancer risk by 50%. Seems to me it would be better to spay her & THEN worry about the diarrhea.
What are you feeding? That is very often the cause of diarrhea.
So even tho hes fixed he still will get all werid around Daisy if she goes into heat before she is spayed? I thought having him neutered stopped this? Bentley was neutered like 4.5 months ago and hasnt done marked since he was fixed and only did it a few times before being neutered, He isnt marking in the house or anything like that, just peeing where daisy goes potty and i dont know if hes trying to pee on daisy but he sure is close to her like he would like to, even tho hes never peed on her, thank god-
I didnt think that if Daisy went into heat it would bother him at all since he was neutered. Hes never tried humping her or any stuffed animals as he did before he was neutered. Daisy is now 6 months old and the vet wants to do some blood work and some other testing- because shes had diarhea and also throws up once in awhile and he said this isnt normal and doesnt want to add stress by having her spayed untill he can find out why she has diarhea since we got her for the past 4 months. He said it isnt normal and hes tried meds and deworming her and nothing helps. Its like she still has coccida the symptoms are all the same but shes tested negitive. So im hoping at her next vet visit he will get to the bottom of what is causing her to be ill- i also dont want to have her spayed if something is wrong and needs treated and taken care of first before spaying her.
They eat wellness and merricks dog food. I know it isnt the food causing diarhea shes been switched and still no change- and she drinks tons and tons of water daily and also doesnt seem to be eating much like she use to for the past month now but she is still gaining weight so i dont think thats a issue. Will Daisy act differnt when she does into heat? is there a way i can tell? i read on here that her private will be swollon and she could but not always have bloody discharge- which she doenst have either. she hasnt even started losing her baby teeth yet which i find odd- I will ask my vet about all of this stuff and see what we can do to get her spayed faster then it seems were going. I am going to have her spayed but im going off what the vet wants to do . It makes sense not to want to put a dog under for surgery when shes ill and he wants to find out whats wrong first- all her shots were delayed and she still needs her rabbie and one more that booster. everything has been delayed with her, because of her being sick- thanks for the info. theresa
Suebgone, exactly how can a dog that has no testicles be producing or storing sperm, which is a requirement for a dog to impregnate a female? Sperm has a short lifespan, none should be alive ina dog after a week, though the hormones will remain for longer.
However, some neutered dogs can and will try to mate with females in heat, regardless of whether or not they are able. A dog doesn't know it no longer has testicles.
I suspect that Bentley is acting up because Daisy is about to go into heat as well.
Never trust a tall dwarf... he's lying about something.