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Old 02-02-2013, 03:28 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default New Beagle & little wee's

Hello everyone. I'm new to the forum so first of all i'd like to say hello to everyone. I'll introduce my Beagle in a moment in the relevant section.

Myself & my partner have rehomed our beagle from a lady who had 2 young kids and couldn't cope. He's 8 months old and a joy (even though he's hard work)

The reason i'm posting is to see if you guy's could offer any help/suggestions. Harvey is house trained (supposedly) and won't poo in the house. However, when we got him we were told that he did little excited wee's. This we could cope with and after letting him have a calming down period before petting, this soon stopped. However, we are finding that he does randomly lift his leg up around the house and do little wee's. He also does dribbly wee as though he can't hold his bladder.

He has been castrated so I don't think he will be marking his teritory (although i may be wrong). We have only had him 2 weeks so he's still settling in. We live in an apartment and we let him out regularly (at least once every 4-5 hours) but opening the door into the garden is not an option for us.

Is there any advice anyone could offer to help solve this one problem.


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Old 02-02-2013, 01:57 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Welcome to BeagleWorld and thank you for giving you beag a good home. He can still be marking even though he has been neutered. Be sure to clean the areas that he does mark with a special cleaner for pet urine. He should stop doing that once he settles in, and be sure to correct him when he does start to lift his leg. You can limit the areas of the house he has access to until he is under control with the peeing. If he does keep dribbling and marking I would get a vet check to be sure he doesn't have an infection.
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Old 02-02-2013, 05:21 PM   #3 (permalink)
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We noticed Rascal started marking out on walks more after she got spayed.
Are you sure he doesn't have a UTI?
That or excitement could be the reason.
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