Devo's pleaser wrote: Devo isn't on any meds, but has been drinking more, I think due to the electric blanket on my bed and his heating pad warmed bed. I'll post again after the vet.
Wiley coyote's mom wrote:I think Wiley c is just starting to have trouble "holding it." I found a spot on the rug the other night. Sometimes he turns real fast to lick himself like he dripped. He is one of those who will hold it until he explodes. I knew one day this might work against him when he got old. I started about 2 months ago trying to reverse train him. I mean I tryed and still trying to get him to go on papers in the house. I take him there a couple times a day and tell him "it's ok, make good puppy". He snifs around and leaves. About 1 week ago he did do both on the papers, but only that one time. Maybe he hasn't had to go that bad since, I usually can run in once. I hope he catchs on more because sometimes I don't get home from work until late, and I don't want him to hold it, I think that would be bad for his kidneys. Has anyone ever tried to reverse train any kind of dog to go in the house?
ragapple wrote:Nobody has mentioned PPA (Prion - I think is the brand). This has worked well for me & Cammy. The beauty of it is they don't have to be on it continuously. Cammy will be on it about 2 weeks, then off untill we have problems again - usually 6 to 8 months- then cycle repeats. The biggest con & why Cammy ISN"T on it continously is one of the rarer side effects, which she has, is weight loss.
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