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I have a Yellow lab, female, age is 3 months, i noticed that it is passing urine in its sleep,help?

Hi, I have a Yellow lab, female, age is 3 months. Lately i noticed that it is passing urine in its sleep. Also i noticed that it sometimes gets a slight seizure ( Shivering) in its sleep. What can be a cause for this? My dog is passing urine atleast 6 times a day when its awake. is this normal? also it is not able to control. whenever and wherever she gets the urge, she passes her urine. How can i train her to pass urine at a designated spot in my house. I live in an Apartment on the 2nd floor. I even used toilet trainer drops. Its just doesn't do there. Any advice will be helpful. Thank you.....Jimmy.
By James · 18 Oct 2011 8:26 am

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By KamalRaj J Kuppal · 18 Oct 2011 11:21 am
Puppies has less bladder control and so she is passing urine offen and it is obsolutely normal that puppies pass uring often and moreover your lab puppy is better than my lab as my lab, he is male pass urine about 10~15 times in a day when he is 3 months old. Shivering like while sleep also normal at this age as this may because of dreams (this is what my lab trainer told to me, when i ask similar question). You can also search for questions regarding potty training in this forum itself to get better idea on potty training.
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By SaiShyam · 20 Oct 2011 6:12 pm
feed water and keep the puppy at the spot with leash where you want him to pass urine. Try it 30-40 times or like a week . Then he will get it. For bed time problem you need to spray some perfume where he sleeps and try leash method in bed. Slowly in a month he will stop.
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By SaiShyam · 20 Oct 2011 6:13 pm
Always dogs will get everything what you need him to do from puppy stage itself. So you need to be very careful and very strict while you train and while you play. Good Luck.
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