So... I've been having a (somewhat) minor problem with my puppy peeing in its sleep. You can read all about it here
She is now almost 6 months old and last night she was laying on her blanket and I was thinking that it seemed like things were getting better. She hadn't had any major bed-wets in a while and she hadn't had an actual "accident" in the house in quite some time. Unfortunately, little did I know that she had just pee'd all over the house. And by "all over the house", I literally mean "all over the house". She had quietly snuck out of the room while I was watching TV and pee'd around the entire kitchen table, and then all the way from the dining room to the front door (through the whole living room). This is the first time anything even remotely like that has happened. Aside from her bed-wetting (while asleep), she has rarely had any accidents at all in the house... maybe a handful in the months that we've had her. And now, she just pee'd across half my house all at once.
So today I was on the net trying to figure out what's might have caused it, when my wife calls me and says that she pee'd again... and once again.... ALLLLL over the house. This time it was all the way up and down the hallway leading to the bedrooms and into two different bedrooms.
Two days in a row. Two MASSIVE accidents the size of a freaking oil spill. It took me almost an hour to clean each of them up.
After the events of her original bed-wetting problem (see thread link above), I took her to the vet to get her urine tested. They said she had a little bit of puss in her urine and so they put her on a week of antibiotics. That was a few weeks ago. Now, the only thing I can think to do is bring her back to see if maybe the antibiotics didn't work.
She's not exhibiting any other signs of a problem. No (visible) pain during urination, no attempts to urinate that don't produce anything, no unusual behavior before hand. She just up and pee's everywhere.
If anyone has any ideas at all what might be causing this, I'd love to hear them, because right now, I'm at the end of my rope with this dog.