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    Default Re: Female puppy 9 weeks old marking territory?

    Quote Originally Posted by sweetpeasmom2008 View Post
    She held it all night and slept through the night without a accident then this morning she tried it and I yelled a stern no and took her outside. She hasnt tried it since so it must be she was marking where that female was peeing but im still going to watch her for the next couple days to make sure. She isnt acting at all like she did at their house or when we got home. To say the least wont be going over there for a while! I was not happy when i thought it was a UTI because she just got off antibiotics and I didnt want her to have to take them all over again this close together so feel a lot better than she is acting normal or as normal as a bully puppy can be now!
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    If she's just come off an antibiotic it's possible she has a YEAST infection.
    Give her live yogurt...not sure how long but would do a couple of weeks.


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    Default Re: Female puppy 9 weeks old marking territory?

    Whew....that one had me worried! Glad she seems to be ok and I know you will keep a good watch on her to make sure she is ok.

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