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    Hello everyone!
    My fifteen month old, potty trained, bulldog was nutered a week & half ago. Ever since then he has been peeing in my house!! He NEVER did this before!? He was so good!
    I think he is either mad at me or it is a UTI. He doesn't act like he has a UTI though. I was wondering if anyone has seen this before!?

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    I never experienced this with any of my dogs once they had been neutered ... might be worth calling the vets tomorrow and just explaining the situation and see what they say??

    Sorry I couldn't be more help .... and

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    Thank you, I will. Poor guy!
    Thanks for welcoming me!

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    Thank you, I will. Poor guy!
    Thanks for welcoming me!

    Does he squat down like he needs to go and nothing comes out??? That would be a sign of a UTI

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    No, not at all. He goes a lot too. Lol.

    He did get a steroid shot for his allergies the same day he had the surgery. That makes them pretty thirsty too.

    I am really wondering if he is just, "pissed" off! Lol. I didn't think he had it in him to get mad! He is so sweet!

    I also need to figure out if he is marking or just peeing.

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    Wow, I have never seen that one. Does the Vet practice regressive therapy??? Just kidding.
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    Lol! It is so weird! He has a really good vet, he specializes in bulldogs, owns four females, & he is a breeder. So he knows bulldogs. Maybe I will ask him that, that is funny!

    I guess I will take a step back with training & remind him that he goes outside!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Texkota View Post
    Wow, I have never seen that one. Does the Vet practice regressive therapy??? Just kidding.

    bahahahah!! I love psych jokes!! How is my favorite male puppy born on 4/21 doing?


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    Quote Originally Posted by agingermom View Post
    bahahahah!! I love psych jokes!! How is my favorite male puppy born on 4/21 doing?
    He's doing great, making it through the night with no accidents
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    Quote Originally Posted by Texkota View Post
    He's doing great, making it through the night with no accidents
    Bertha was doing great but she needs some regression therapy!! I may have to decrease size of kennel a little.


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    Renzo has started going to the back door when he needs to go out. For some reason he has had more accidents than usual in the last two days, maybe he doesn't like waiting at the back door very long.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Emily View Post
    No, not at all. He goes a lot too. Lol.

    He did get a steroid shot for his allergies the same day he had the surgery. That makes them pretty thirsty too.

    I am really wondering if he is just, "pissed" off! Lol. I didn't think he had it in him to get mad! He is so sweet!

    I also need to figure out if he is marking or just peeing.
    Okay now it all makes sense. Steriods do make them drink and pee so accidents in the house come as no surprise. I mean A LOT.

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