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    I have a couple questions. First duke is 6 months and hasn't had an accident for a good monh. Yesterday he had an accident(pee) and this morning he couldn't make it to the elevator and peed alittle in the hallway. I believe I remember reading it is normal at this age to have a slight regression- any thoughts? Also he has gotten really bullheaded and extremely rough with duchess when playing- any thoughts?

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    Winston has his moments too... he's almost 9 mos. He's peed on his dog bed twice last week, drives me crazy!!!

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    Amy is testing our patience. She will do great about a week. Then we have a step back....and so on and so on....little stinker!

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    Yup! He's a teenager.... at about 6 months or so...many many Bully's regress and will poo and pee in the house! It's important to just stay on top of him and he WILL quickly come to his senses. If it goes longer than a week..do the full on Back to Basics...isn't pawrenting FUN?

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    Not unusual at all for that to happen, especially at 6 months. Both of mine are over 2yo and just a couple months ago Tate peed on my bed b/c i was too sleepy (ie, lazy), to get up and let him out (learned my lesson).




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    Vegas at that age was doing great!!! Then about 8 months old I will never forget, he looked am me square in the eye and squatted like a girl (which he still does at 4.5 yrs old) and pee'd on our tile floor. I swear he was smiling the whole time. What makes it WORSE, is when I was bent over cleaning his mess he had the nerve to get on my back and HUMPED ME~!!! BAD BOY~!!

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    Yep, like everyone said, it is normal, he's getting into his rebellious teenager age.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scueva View Post
    I have a couple questions. First duke is 6 months and hasn't had an accident for a good monh. Yesterday he had an accident(pee) and this morning he couldn't make it to the elevator and peed alittle in the hallway. I believe I remember reading it is normal at this age to have a slight regression- any thoughts? Also he has gotten really bullheaded and extremely rough with duchess when playing- any thoughts?
    I think I saw Duke is on Temaril.. When Fergus was on that he had 2 accidents in the house. Temaril has predisone as an ingredient and they will pee and drink more. Just need more potty breaks. I dont think its a regression Fergus was back to normal once he got off Temaril.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ashleym View Post
    I think I saw Duke is on Temaril.. When Fergus was on that he had 2 accidents in the house. Temaril has predisone as an ingredient and they will pee and drink more. Just need more potty breaks. I dont think its a regression Fergus was back to normal once he got off Temaril.

    He is on temaril - he definately has been drinking more water which I read was a side effect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scueva View Post
    He is on temaril - he definately has been drinking more water which I read was a side effect.

    Oh yes! And with all steroids, they actually have less warning they need to go! Great catch @Ashleym

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