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This morning I got up as usual and made my way into the bathroom. I'm standing there brushing my teeth when I hear Daisy get off the bed. She walks into the bathroom and proceeds to pee rivers all over the place. I just stood there like this
because I have no idea why she would do that. She never asked to go out or anything, just squatted and peed.
I really hope this won't be a recurring thing with her.
 

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There have been a few times that Duke has lifted his leg on the main bathroom toilet. I think he thinks if we go there, he should too. Only problem is, he goes on the outside of the bowl!
 

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Originally Posted By: jen-n-jerseyLook on the bright side...at least it was on the tile in the bathroom. Easier clean up!
That's the bad thing! My house was built back when it was popular to put carpet in the bathroom. So, the tub and shower area has carpet and then there's a little water closet that is tiled for the toilet. She went on the carpet part. Ick!

Although, I am glad it wasn't ON the bed. There's always a silver lining!
 

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Bad girl, Daisy! Haha, we have no room to talk. Squeegee is 7 months and still has accidents about 2x/week. He's certainly had a few on the bed... one of which was while we were in it!!! Haha, hopefully Daisy was just trying to keep you on your toes and it's a one time thing.
 

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I'm going to vote that Daisy was just trying to be like her people. So....all you have to do is teach her about the toilet, and get some steps! LOL

However, I don't think you will be able to teach her to put the seat back down, or to flush.
 
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