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Hi guys! I have a 1yr old yorkie, he is house trained. But it's been a week where he's been peeing all over my room, I don't understand what is going. Before all of this happened we would take him out at least 4 times for him to do his business out there. But now, we literally take him out at 4:30am, 7am, 10am, 12pm, 2pm, 5pm, 7pm, 9pm and around 11/12am. Now even though we take him out these many times he still pees all over the place, and now I am not sure what to do. If you guys have any advice on what I should do please help me out, I am desperate of help!! Lol
 

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You need to consult your vet to make sure he doesn't have a medical problem like a urinary tract infection or bladder stones.
 

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You need to consult your vet to make sure he doesn't have a medical problem like a urinary tract infection or bladder stones.
Thank you so much!! I will take him to the vet first thing tomorrow!
 

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If he is checked out alright at the Vets, I would suggest you put a belly band on him for a while. It may not stop him from peeing but you will not have pee everywhere and some dogs do stop because they do not like the feel of the wet pad so it breaks the habit. Is he neutered? That does sometimes help. I know it did with one of my males.
 

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If he is checked out alright at the Vets, I would suggest you put a belly band on him for a while. It may not stop him from peeing but you will not have pee everywhere and some dogs do stop because they do not like the feel of the wet pad so it breaks the habit. Is he neutered? That does sometimes help. I know it did with one of my males.
Belly bands can work, but it is important to check them regularly and not leave them on when the dog is unsupervised for long periods of time, because if he does pee in them, and the pad isn't changed quickly, they can develop urine burns on their skin.
 

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Thank you all so much, I went to the vet and they said that he has little crystals that formed, they have given me antibiotics for it. They said that if he wasn't taken sooner then it could have been worse and turned into bladder stones. Thank you again for all the help!
 

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Hopefully, once the crystals are gone, and he feels better, the peeing will stop.

Did they discuss possibly changing his diet? Some prescription foods are designed to help prevent crystals from forming.
 

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Hi guys! I have a 1yr old yorkie, he is house trained. But it's been a week where he's been peeing all over my room, I don't understand what is going. Before all of this happened we would take him out at least 4 times for him to do his business out there. But now, we literally take him out at 4:30am, 7am, 10am, 12pm, 2pm, 5pm, 7pm, 9pm and around 11/12am. Now even though we take him out these many times he still pees all over the place, and now I am not sure what to do. If you guys have any advice on what I should do please help me out, I am desperate of help!! Lol
I have a Yorkie too but she is female so I don't have this problem but I place washable pee pads all around the house. This helps because she can go on any of the pads when ever she needs to go. I work all day M-F from 7:30 a.m. and until as late as 10 p.m. sometimes so I need to have them available. Unfortunately she will seldom poop on the pads and would rather go where ever she wants. I scold her so I hope some day she understands. Your doggie sounds like he has a medical issue. It isn't normal to to that much! My dog goes when I take her out like 3 times a day when I am home. So that is too many times in my opinion. Take him to the Vet to be sure. Hoping he gets better soon!
 
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