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My dog keeps peeing a lot she never has could it be the weather?

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She probably has a UTI but it could also be another health issue. Please take her to a vet.

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idk my dog pees alot even when it isnt winter. sometimes it is just trying to mark his or hers territory

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Could be a UTI. If she's going constantly

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whats that
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Urineary Track Infection (not sure I smelled it correctly) I'm not sure exactly what it is but my dog used to have it and she had to go antibiotics. Check with your vet
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it depends on their medical situation. your dog maybe just can't hold it like other dogs

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are you gone for awhile? because if you are your dog is lonely and needs a friend

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Could be an infection, best to take her to the vet

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It could be the weather yes, but it could also be his/her diet, exercise routine, or possibly illness. If your dog is older it might be a kidney failure if the pee is more clear.

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she eats people food
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It's most likely the diet. How old is your dog?
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i dont know shes a stray if it helps, we had her for 3 years
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just in case, you should take her to get a check up just in case. you never know...
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Ask a vet

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How much a dog pees has nothing whatever to do with the weather. It has to do with how much water she is drinking, and whether or not she is ill.

As mentioned above, it could be a urinary tract infection, which would also cause your dog to be in pain. Dogs hide their pain, so don't think that just because she doesn't act like she's in pain, that she isn't. Take her to your vet ASAP.

By the way, if all your dog eats is human food, you are making her sick. On this diet, your dog will die young, and probably obese. Dogs need a quality food that is formulated especially for them.

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she eats her own food now we stopped feeding her human food for 2 days
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You need to stop feeding her human food permanently. Rich human food can damage a dog's liver, kidneys, heart and digestive tract. It feels like love to us when we give them special things to eat, but it isn't. We have to do what is right for the dog, not us.
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As long as you feed the quality, healthy human food dogs can live a very healthy, long life. I had dogs that lived to 18 and I fed them human food their whole lives. My grandparents had a 15 year old lab that they also fed human food.
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What do you consider to be "quality, healthy human food?"
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Peeing a lot was one of the symptoms of diabetes in my dog. Get to a vet ASAP

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It could be or u don't train her that good

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It could be that there are new dogs in the hood and she's just out doing her p-mail. Best to have a vet take a look.

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My dogs did that this morning! It may be diabetes... My poor Lady! (That's her name.)

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You need to take her to the vet!
It might be a urinary tract infection, which is curable with antibiotics, but dangerous if left untreated. Or it could be something else the vet needs to treat.
If she's also drinking a lot of water, she might be diabetic. If it turns out that she is, don't worry. Diabetes is easy to handle in dogs, once the vet gets her stabilized. She'd still have a long normal life.
Anyway, get to the vet to check this out. It's not a symptom to ignore.

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take her to the vett

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