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    Default waking up multiple times during the night ...

    my female bully is now 15 months old crate trained but for the last couple of week she keeps waking ,e up at night to take her out to pee….she has never done this before

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    Default Re: waking up multiple times during the night …

    I know that having to go at all hours is a puppy thing for sure. Buster even now at 18 months old gets me up at least 2 or 3 times a week in the middle of the night to go. If she isn't doing anything else completely out of the norm I wouldn't worry to much about it. The next time she goes to the vet you may want to say something about it.

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    Default Re: waking up multiple times during the night …

    She's old enough to easily be making it through the night. Could it be a UTI?

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    Default Re: waking up multiple times during the night …

    thats what I was thinking, UTI. can you catch some urine in a container? you can store it in the fridge and maybe drop it off at the vets? If she was sleeping through the night and now not, I would think something was up.

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    Default Re: waking up multiple times during the night …

    I would agree to check for a UTI, but also could it be her just not getting enough energy out during the day and she is waking up? You reacting to her can make her think this is the new routine.

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    Default Re: waking up multiple times during the night …

    I agree and was going to agree with the others, that it could be a bladder infection. Frequent peeing is a sign of a UTI, especially if it's out of the norm for her. Hoping its nothing and she is okay, keep an eye on her, and if it doesn't improve a trip to the vet can rule it out. Love hugs and prayers for you and Buttercup.
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