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Can you suggest how to stop the Lab from urinating in the house.?

My female Lab who is 1 year old and 7 months. She littered 5 pups and after that she suffered for about 3 weeks. Now she has recovered but inspite of taking her outside after food, she urinates inside the house. She is a nervous. Our other dog who is male Pomerian younger to the Lab by about 14 days old. but when he sees the Lab eating, he suddenly pounces on her and and starts biting, fighting etc. Sometimes it becomes quite difficult to seperate them. Can you suggest how to stop the Lab from urinating in the house. Regards Celes
By Celes · 12 Aug 2009 9:25 pm


By Dinkar Singh · 13 Aug 2009 11:46 am
Poms are known to be aggressive and protective of food. Just keep the Pom away from the bitch and the pups for atleast 2 months or so to be on the safer side.

Show her to the vet she may be having some infestion after giving birth. Was she always a nervous dog.
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By Celes · 13 Aug 2009 8:57 pm

Thanks for the info. Regarding the Lab, after she was shown to the Vet there is lot of improvement. She only barks but gets afraid of the Pom though her size is bigger and heavier than the Pom.


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By FAWN · 16 Jan 2010 2:05 am
labs r calm n pleasing dogs.best in the world.they dont really like to fight .. but r not even scared at all...may be she is but.. keep pom away from her as mr. Singh said..n give her little more attention n love as that will make her confident ... i have never liked poms anyway..............
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