I think your dog's symptoms warrant further investigation by the vet before assuming it's canine cognitive dysfunction or perhaps some fear of something. Peeing and pooping in the house may be due to pain from arthritis or spinal issues. Abdominal pain may be another issue. Many possible medical issues can cause the symptoms you are seeing.
My vet diagnosed my Pomeranian with being completely paralyzed. He was not peeing or pooping on his own. Two days ago, he began peeing on his own as well as pooping. He is standing on his back legs when I stand him on them, but he is not walking. Could this mean he is not completely paralyzed in his rear?
We have recently adopted a dog, she is lovely and seems to love it here. About a month in, she started pooping in the house; usually in my daughter's room or my office. We take her out often, and she will be outside with us for a good long time and then still come in and go poop. How do I stop this behavior?
I have a seven-year-old dog; he is trained on the pee pad. He has been peeing and pooping on the pee pad since we got him at three-month-old. Recently, he started to poop in my bedroom or my sons' bedroom. He has a pee pad in the usual spot all day long. It's been going on for over three weeks now. How do I stop it?
Peeing? female pomeranian puppy 3.5 months old. was potty training just fine then our neighbor brought over 8 yr old male pomeranian. it was not on neutral turf. female pomeranian saw male pomeranian marking- ever since then SHE not potty trained. she is holding her pee when not looking and just peeing out in random spots. I'm so frustrated at this point I'm ready to give her up I've tried retraining her potty wise like b4 that was working but no luck
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