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Two Accidents In The Last Hour!!!

Discussion in 'Dogs - all breeds / types' started by meghan_m_25, Jan 19, 2006.

  1. meghan_m_25

    meghan_m_25 New Member

    My 7 month old girl has peed twice on the floor for no reason!! Why is she doing this??!?! Does it have to do with her going into heat? I mean big pees! And they STINK!!
  2. Samsintentions

    Samsintentions New Member

    It could be. But then again, she might have a urinary tract infection (UTI)
  3. charmedagain

    charmedagain New Member

    I agree with sam it could be her cycle starting or a UTI.
    Strong smelling pee should be checked out by your vet just to make sure there is no signs of infection.

  4. meghan_m_25

    meghan_m_25 New Member

    Shes got WORMS!! Again! could it be he food she is eating?? She hates to eat kibble and would starve so she mostly gets pedigree wet food and then what every is left after supper. She threw up early this morning under a bed. No more accidents though...She is getting spayed this Wednesday.
  5. Jamiya

    Jamiya New Member

    No, she can't get worms from her food. What kind of worms are they?
  6. meghan_m_25

    meghan_m_25 New Member

    They are the long ones like she had before. She hasn't been anywhere to eat any dog feces. She still will not eat any dry dog food. Are Kibbles n Bits any good? she gobbles down my uncles dogs food as soon as she walks in his house.
  7. coppersmom

    coppersmom New Member

    See the other thread about worms. We covered it all in that one :y_the_best: .
  8. Jamiya

    Jamiya New Member

    She gobbles down the Kibbles 'n' Bits because it is full of fat and other crap - sort of like candy. My kids like to gobble down candy, but I certainly wouldn't feed it to them for their meals. :)

    Please take your dog to the vet to get the proper diagnosis and treatment of the worms. She should not be getting them over and over again. Find out what you need to do to treat her, your yard, and the other animals she comes in contact with. Do you have kids? Some worms can be transmitted to humans.

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