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Old 06-06-2013, 08:21 PM   #4881
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I don't know what his problem was but he bought himself a 15 timeout in the crate. I had him out, he went both. He came in & went tinkle like I said above & not even 5 minutes after my first post I was upstairs putting my paid bills away & he went AGAIN. Luckily for me both times wasn't on my carpets. I took him out figuring there isn't anything left in him & he went AGAIN but this time it was on the grass.

So I locked him up for a few minutes & now he's fine. Who knows what his problem was.
Keep an eye on him. Hopefully it's nothing but it could be a sign of something wrong with his urinary tract. Just to be on the safe side, watch and check for blood .. if you see any at all get him to the vet. If it continues, take him to the vet.

Hopefully he was just being a little ornery.
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Old 06-06-2013, 09:08 PM   #4882
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He may need to stay out for more than one piddle. Make sure he's out long enough, even adult dogs pee several times on a long walk. And males always seem to save a bit in order to mark a tree or something. I wouldn't punish him for it, he's learning, and he wouldn't understand a "time-out", unlike a human toddler. (BTW, general wisdom says 1 minute per year of age for time-out, that's for humans).
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Old 06-06-2013, 11:21 PM   #4883
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Patron has never lifted a leg and peed on me, but I've had plenty of Patron pee on my clothes and hands...good thing I'm drip dry, wash and wear. Okay maybe that's just too gross for some, but I also had an 18 year old pee in my pocket...no, not on purpose. Pee, poop and blood don't scare me...
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Old 06-06-2013, 11:30 PM   #4884
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Female Beagle will make many stops, if she smells that someone else has been there, she will, of necessity, overpee the spot. It's what dogs do.
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Old 06-07-2013, 01:27 AM   #4885
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...How's your toe CG? I use to be queen of broken toes...
Getting better every day, thanks for asking! Actually, per "Nurse Fiona" it's probably just dislocated. I'm thinking I might even be able to downgrade it to sprained, but then I'm no nurse. Hurt all the time the first day, now it hurts only when I've been on my feet for a while. Prognosis? I'll live!
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Old 06-07-2013, 10:58 AM   #4886
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I think he may have been too excited because he was playing hard with chasing Penny and Smokey around the house. My first thought was UTI. I know in the mornings when get home I take him out at least 3 times because he held it all night and I figure he needs to go a few times then after I get a few hours of sleep I get up and take him out again then I move to the sofa and nap until 1:00- 1:30.

After that time I tie him out in the grass for a while because he loves being outside but I couldn't do that yesterday because of the rain.
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Old 06-07-2013, 11:01 AM   #4887
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Getting better every day, thanks for asking! Actually, per "Nurse Fiona" it's probably just dislocated. I'm thinking I might even be able to downgrade it to sprained, but then I'm no nurse. Hurt all the time the first day, now it hurts only when I've been on my feet for a while. Prognosis? I'll live!
Did you tape them together? I'm glad to know that you'll survive, that's always a good thing!
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Old 06-07-2013, 10:44 PM   #4888
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Had them "married" the first day ahoy. Haven't bothered since, although if we go out for any walking tomorrow I think I should, thanks to your reminder. Suppose it wouldn't hurt.
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Old 06-08-2013, 02:03 AM   #4889
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rod stewart is making his rounds of the talk shows, ad nauseum. he was a rocker forty years ago. today he is an old fart. hang it up, rod. at least spare me the pathetic public performances with your creepy leather and spiked hair plugs.
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Old 06-08-2013, 02:35 AM   #4890
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lol, vit. i couldn't agree more. same goes for so many rockers.

the stones can still pull it off only because they looked like they were in their 60's 20 years ago, and jagger is still a fit, freaky chicken.

the who have lost their voices, but still are ok with a lot of electronic help.

bruce springsteen couldn't sing when he was young, so who cares now? he was all about a working man's attitude, but gimme a break. he hasn't needed a bandana to wipe away grime and sweat from a real job in the last 40 years. ok, so good for you that you play small bars in jersey now and again. it ain't keepin' you real; it's just slumming it to appreciate how much money you have. your glory days are long past, bruce. go away now.
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