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Old 08-07-2009, 03:00 PM   #26 (permalink)
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I used incontience pads for humans(which is much cheaper) and you can wash and dry them. I did use the outdoor fabric stuff but then the pee just rolls off the cushion and onto the floor, carpet or furniture. It sits there sometimes on the fabric and soaks their fur instead. It might work for your situation though, just not mine. Good luck.
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Old 08-09-2009, 06:47 PM   #27 (permalink)
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Peaches is in Proin (spelling?). I was not sure about the hormones and the fact that long term use can lead to cancer but the Vet had a great point, dogs don't live such long lives as us so the hormones don't have as long to work on them as they would us. I gave her one a day for 5 days, then one every other day for 3 doses, then 2 in a week, then down to once a week. It has been great, sometimes I even forget and go past the due date by 3 or 4 days and she is still fine. I highly recommend this course. The Vet choose the Proin because it can be given once a week instead of daily.
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Old 12-22-2012, 03:56 AM   #28 (permalink)
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Think I'm going to buy more parsley.
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How much parsley do they need?
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Not sure how big the dog is. But can you diaper her? Size 6 pampers. I guess it depends if she would leave it alone. I had a friend that diapered her dog when they would leave the house to prevent accidents. It might be worth it while hanging out on the couch in the evenings.


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Disco developed incontinence after spay, so I feel your pain. I found a bunch of old quilts at the Salvation Army that I put down where she lays. Have you tried adding some fresh parsley to her meals? It has cut down the dribbles almost to a nil for me. Parsley acts as a natural diruretic so she empties her bladder everytime she goes - I haven't seen a wet spot in a few months now since adding it to her diet.
my 20month old girl has just starting this peeing thing(x2) now in her 2 fav. spot to sleep and one time a little on the kitchen floor. she was spayed about a year ago. been reading some posts. like the parsley thing but how much should she get and how many times a day or week. and can she get the cranberry powder and parsley together? i feel really bad when this happens, i know she is not doing it on purpose. she is very well tryed to ask for the door with ringing the bell. please help
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Old 12-23-2012, 04:26 PM   #32 (permalink)
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my 20month old girl has just starting this peeing thing(x2) now in her 2 fav. spot to sleep and one time a little on the kitchen floor. she was spayed about a year ago. been reading some posts. like the parsley thing but how much should she get and how many times a day or week. and can she get the cranberry powder and parsley together? i feel really bad when this happens, i know she is not doing it on purpose. she is very well tryed to ask for the door with ringing the bell. please help
My female was spayed when she was 2 years old and started dripping and peeing in her sleep. I give her a cranberry caplet per the vets ok once a day. I started her on one cornsilk 450 mg daily. I pour it on peanutbutter or mix it with applesauce. She is now 7 years old and last year I started 2 cornsilks 450 mg each. We don't have anymore problems.
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Old 12-23-2012, 06:53 PM   #33 (permalink)
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Em's on DES and takes it once a week. If I am off by one day, she leaks. I don't like the fact that she is on drugs, however, she is a dog that will have to have them as she has CAH and will be on pred the rest of her life (however long that will be). She has not had a UTI since she's been on the des and she has had them since she was spayed. I bought a waterproof mattress pad and this is under the comforter and on top of everything else. That way I only have to wash the comforter and not the blanket, sheets and mattress pad.
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