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!st heat and sudden accidents

Hello everyone! My girl is just finishing up her first heat. She is 8 months old. Last night she had a pee accident. She did it Again tonight! ( she HAS had way more accidents than any other pup we ever had, and unknowingly had UTI when we got her. we have been patient and dont yell or shame her. )She is almost always by my side or where a family member can see her. Usually asks me when she has to go out which is usually several times a day. Goes out upon waking even after naps. I honestly have no idea WHEN she peed last night, as I didnt see it till later, and tonight, she had short snooze, woke up, walked in to other room to see family member. She then walked toward door, squatted and peed! (right in front of my husband). All within 5 minute time frame. Husband is incredibly frustrated, as she has SO many opportunities to go out and at 8 months should know better. Is this normal with young females first heat? ( my other dogs were spayed ) Possible UTI Again??? TIA for any help.
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I'd get her checked again.
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I'd at least give your vet a call, as well as your breeder. I can't remember where you ended up getting your puppy from? I do remember you asking about quite a few different breeders...
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Yep, vet check needed.

That said, some puppies just take longer than others to "get it" about where they are supposed to go. My Mabel was a slow learner for sure.

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I think it's fairly normal. Both of my females have had accidents when coming out of heat. I think the muscles loosen and then have to tighten back up. But they were truly accidents. Like they were playing and then oops pee comes a flying out. Or they were scared and peed on accident. It never hurts to be extra careful and have a vet check though, especially if they have had UTI's before.
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I'd certainly check with the vet first to make sure she doesn't have a UTi--which may account for why she pees so much even when she's not in season.

But I'll also tell you that some bitches "mark" when they are in season to attract dogs--if that's what she's doing (given that she doesn't have an UTI) it really becomes a training issue. Just as male puppies lifting their house is a training issue.

But check with you vet first--you don't want to make a physical problem especially one based in an infection--into a training issue--that's so not fair to the dog.

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Thanks everyone. I am going to get her rechecked.
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My girl does this too and she is 3.5. She pees and poops in the house when in heat and coming out of heat. I took her to the vet the first couple times, no UTI or anything. We just manage it by having her sleep in her crate during that time to reduce accidents.
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