Jack Russel

Piddling

by olderand wiser
(Texas)

My nearly 1 year old female, spayed, JRT, has started to piddle. She never did this until about 3 weeks ago, and as far as I know only does it when I take her to the kennel I use for occasional Doggie Day care. She loves to go there and is excited to see her human and canine friends. When she sees her human friends, twice now, she piddles. She was spayed in January so not newly post op. Any suggestions as to what is going on and how can I help her to stop.

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Jan 17, 2012
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by: Anonymous

You might want to get a vet check. We have a chesapeake bay retriever cross that started peeing after we got her spayed. She ended up with spay incontinence. We thought it was an infection at the start. What happens, is that the estrogen does not have a chance to build up in the body and the smooth muscles cannot develop properly. Our beautiful dog is now on estrogen for the rest of her life. We have a JRT puppy who needs to be spayed and I am very apprehensive about it.

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by: Anonymous

You might want to get a vet check. We have a chesapeake bay retriever cross that started peeing after we got her spayed. She ended up with spay incontinence. We thought it was an infection at the start. What happens, is that the estrogen does not have a chance to build up in the body and the smooth muscles cannot develop properly. Our beautiful dog is now on estrogen for the rest of her life. We have a JRT puppy who needs to be spayed and I am very apprehensive about it.

Jun 21, 2010
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by: Turbo18100

it sounds like submissive piddling to me too. My male used to do it whenever a friend of ours came around. We changed the way our friend greeted Turbo and the piddling stopped.

May 14, 2010
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by: Anonymous

I think this is submissive peeing. My female Jack did this when excited to see me. When I was told it was her way of showing submissiveness. I changed the way I greeted her. I made my greeting less intense. She then stopped doing it.

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