whats up with my dog peeing everywhere?

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My dog keeps peeing all over my house, not full on peeing, but little spots everywhere. I’ve tried crate training, puppy pads and I take her out every hour to pee outside, but she keeps doing it and its driving me crazy. How do I get her to stop? What do I need to do to help her? She is a yorkie going on 9 months old.

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    11 Responses to “whats up with my dog peeing everywhere?”

    1. Maleah Tailor says:

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    7. sewgoodmama says:

      It’s time to get the crate out again and retrain her. She seems to have forgotten she’s potty trained.

      http://krakencorgi.com/dog-potty-training-how-to-house-train-your-puppy-in-just-7-days.html

    8. Anastasia Lee says:

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    9. Cutie says:

      first it sounded like a male but since it’s a female its NOT normal, take her to the vet for signs of a bladder problem.

    10. Aaliyah Calloway says:

      Take her to the vet… something might be wrong. Have you tried newspaper? or even training centers? hope this helps

    11. micki says:

      If she’s not squatting and emptying her bladder, it sounds more like a bladder infection or UTI (even a yeast infection)…have the vet check her out before you credit it with a training issue.

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