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Posted on: 10:07:29 AM 3/22/2007

Outside of catlover's advise, which makes perfect sense, can you anticipate the time of day he goes? I know mine goes about the same time every day and a nice long walk usually gets the job done.

Posted on: 10:05:17 AM 3/22/2007

If you don't nip that night peeing in the bud, it will turn into anytime peeing, eventually. I'd go with the crate if you can do it.

Posted on: 9:30:24 AM 3/22/2007

gunny, got any suggestions for me? My dog does the same,but has absolutely no interest in treats when she's excited, not even the good ones. What I have done so far is correct her with the prong collar and make her sit, but its not working very wel...

Posted on: 9:19:01 AM 3/22/2007

I hope you made it back to the vet today. Your dog sounds pretty sick. My uneducated guess would be an intestinal blockage if nothing but spots of blood are coming out and he's straining to go. Don't wait any longer, time could be a matter of life...

Posted on: 8:53:42 AM 3/22/2007

Kidney failure does not cause an animal to bleed out. Sounds like rat poison to me.

Posted on: 8:34:53 AM 3/22/2007

My previous dog that (she died at age 11 of liver failure) was fed Iams her whole life. I didn't know food made a difference at that time, plus I thought Iams was one of the better foods. She had ear infections, itchy skin, terrible teeth, and dan...

Posted on: 11:38:30 AM 3/15/2007

From what I've read it takes a lot of patience and perserverence, starting with short spurts alone in a crate and gradually lengthening them, rewarding good behavior. Possibly some drugs might help, too.

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