It's a Husky Thing - Siberian Husky Forum
Would you like to react to this message? Create an account in a few clicks or log in to continue.


A forum for owners of the Siberian Husky.
 
HomeSearchRegisterRegisterLog in
Congratulations Nikita, Archer, and Cheyanne!, our November HOTM winners! HOTM Will Be Taking An Indefinite Break!
Husky of the Month
Congrats Nikita, Archer, and Cheyanne,
our November HOTM Winners!
Husky Cuddles!





Thanks to all for this month's entries!
Forum Rules
1. Here we prefer clarity to agreement. Obviously not everyone is going to agree on a topic; here we prefer to talk out our differences in a respectful manner to ensure mutual understanding and respect.
2. Read the Stickies and Announcements. Each sub-forum may have specific rules which trump the Forum Rules in cases where there may be conflicting information. Read the rules of each board before you post so that you are clear on the expectations of the staff.
3. Respect ALL Staff and Admins. These people volunteer of their time and MUST be respected as well as their word adhered to. They are responsible for maintaining a free, open, clear and organized forum. Anyone found to be openly undermining any official ruling by a staff member will be warned.
4. Signatures: One picture only and no links. Images: To keep the forum looking neat and tidy, we ask that members insert just one picture only in their signatures. The picture should be no more than 200x500 pixels and should be of an appropriate subject, for example, your dogs and their names. Should you need assistance creating an appropriate signature, please PM an Admin and we would be happy to help! This is to ensure that signatures remain a welcome addition to our forum instead of a cumbersome distraction. Links: Hyperlinks in signatures--unless to a personal blog or photo stream of your dogs (like Flckr or Piscasa, for example)--are strictly prohibited. Please PM a staff member with any questions or concerns regarding this rule.
Rescue Spotlight
Our current rescue spotlight is:

Delaware Valley Siberian Husky Rescue!

Top Dog Website Award Winner!

Top Website
for
Siberian

Huskys


Share
 

 My 6 and a half month Huskita recently started peeing in her crate! Why?

View previous topic View next topic Go down 
AuthorMessage
Yanchik
Newborn
Newborn
Yanchik

Female Join date : 2017-12-01
Location : Winnipeg, Canada

My 6 and a half month Huskita recently started peeing in her crate! Why? Empty
PostSubject: My 6 and a half month Huskita recently started peeing in her crate! Why?   My 6 and a half month Huskita recently started peeing in her crate! Why? EmptyFri Feb 09, 2018 1:00 pm

Hello everyone!
I have Lexie since she was 7 weeks and I recently noticed that my 6 and a half month girl started peeing in her crate something that she never done before.
I’m working all day and she is closed in the room during a day with an open crate and free access to the training pads which she is using very well. Plus my neighbour friend walks her out daily around lunch times.
But I think accidents happened at night time because I just changed her blanket yesterday after work and today in the morning a different blanket was wet. When she was smaller I used to lock the crate in the night but for the last month and a half I keep the crate door closed but unlocked to give her an access to her training pads or sleep out of crate if she wants to i just closed the room door.
I cleaned and sparyed the crate area very well and wash immediately the blanket but spills continue to occur!
Maybe someone know or familiar with the situation?????

Thank you for your advice or feedback  Smile  
Back to top Go down
Kmanweiss
Teenager
Teenager


Male Join date : 2016-09-01
Location : Pierre, SD

My 6 and a half month Huskita recently started peeing in her crate! Why? Empty
PostSubject: Re: My 6 and a half month Huskita recently started peeing in her crate! Why?   My 6 and a half month Huskita recently started peeing in her crate! Why? EmptyFri Feb 09, 2018 2:12 pm

Have you talked to a Vet? You could be dealing with a bladder infection or a UTI. Other health issues may play a factor also, so I would definitely talk to a vet if it continues.

Do you have any idea if she's getting up and going in her crate, or is it just happening during sleep? That can be an important factor.

Is she spayed, and if so, how long ago? Hormonal imbalances can be an issue that causes this.
Back to top Go down
Yanchik
Newborn
Newborn
Yanchik

Female Join date : 2017-12-01
Location : Winnipeg, Canada

My 6 and a half month Huskita recently started peeing in her crate! Why? Empty
PostSubject: Re: My 6 and a half month Huskita recently started peeing in her crate! Why?   My 6 and a half month Huskita recently started peeing in her crate! Why? EmptyFri Feb 09, 2018 2:54 pm

Hi, thank you for your response.
All the peeing in crate started about 3 and half weeks ago. And it wasn’t every day just here and there. But I was curious as to why it’s suddenly even happened. She actually did get spayed on Feb 1/18 and I thought that this could be a reason but she had few more spills prior to the surgery therefore I wasn’t 100% that the surgery was the cause.
She is going to the crate at night and i close the door but not locking it, to give her an opportunity to go to training pad in the room if she wants. Cause when i'm back in the evening from work training pads are wet.
If it's continiously happens i will for sure go to Vet for consulting!
Back to top Go down
Sponsored content




My 6 and a half month Huskita recently started peeing in her crate! Why? Empty
PostSubject: Re: My 6 and a half month Huskita recently started peeing in her crate! Why?   My 6 and a half month Huskita recently started peeing in her crate! Why? Empty

Back to top Go down
 

My 6 and a half month Huskita recently started peeing in her crate! Why?

View previous topic View next topic Back to top 
Page 1 of 1

 Similar topics

-
» Garden 1 month old
» Half Compost, half Pine Products
» Freeze on day of purchase, use within one month.
» square foot-and-a-half gardens
» Cucumber Half Sours

Permissions in this forum:You cannot reply to topics in this forum
It's a Husky Thing - Siberian Husky Forum :: Advice and Discussion Forums :: Training-