How Long Can a Dog Hold It?


Dogs can hold it (Urine) as dog bladder capacity increases. Young and adult dogs can largely make it through the night or a day at work. Nevertheless, if you will be gone for a very long period of time (over 9 hours), Make preparations for someone to let your dog out or provide an suitable bathroom area in the house. Puppy pads are planned for puppies, but that doesn't mean dogs can't use them. It's also workable to train a dog to use a litter box if your plan requires long absences.
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