Articles for tag: Dog Urine, Jack Russell Terriers

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Durable Dog Toys for Jack Russell Terriers

Durable dog toys are a total necessity. Most dogs like to chew and many dog toys on the market cannot stand up to the abuse. It is important to choose a toy that is the right size and density for your dog. You certainly do not want to be throwing a large, heavy rubber KONG ...

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Why Does My Dog Urinate on My Bed?

Some dog owners report the problem of a pet urinating on their bed. When an animal urinates in an inappropriate location it could mean many things, or a combination of things. It could be the result of a physical problem, an emotional matter or it could stem from dog behavior issues. You must determine why ...

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Homemade Dog Urine and Stain Remover

When housebreaking a puppy, there will be many accidents no matter how often the dog is taken outside. Even older dogs can sometimes have accidents. Many dogs dribble when excited, and depending upon the breed it can take up to two years for a dog to gain complete control over his bladder. Store-bought dog urine ...

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How to Notice, Treat and Prevent a UTI in Your Pet

Just like people, dogs too can get urinary tract infections (UTI’s). While you are keenly aware of the pain you feel when urinating, which signals to you that you may have a urinary tract infection, you may not know that your dog has one. This article provides an overview of what urinary tract infections in ...

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How to Remove Urine Stains

Cleaning dog urine is something every dog owner will have to do from time to time. Urine stains can be removed from even the most delicate fabrics, rugs and carpets, and how you clean urine stains is just as important as what you clean them with. Here are the steps you should follow to remove ...

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Why is My Dog Drinking Urine?

Puppies and adult dogs drink urine, including their own, for a variety of reasons. It does not always mean that your canine is lacking any nutrients. Discourage this habit by ensuring the dog has access to water. My dog Pony had a habit of drinking human and other dog’s urine. Medical Reasons If urine drinking ...

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Bladder Problems in Dogs

“You know your dog better than anyone else,” says Dr. Kevin Fitzgerald, PhD, DVM, “and you should always be attentive to eating and drinking habits.” Often the first sign of a bladder problem in a dog will be increased thirst and urination. The dog may strain and only pass a few drops of urine, and ...

Dog Bladder Stones: Causes and Treatment

Introduction: If your dog urinates often or strains while going, or if he starts having accidents in the house, he may have bladder stones. If this is the case, you may sometimes also see some blood in his urine. This condition, called urolithiasis, occurs when many small stones or sometimes just a single stone, takes ...