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Old May 17th 04, 12:35 PM
David 42
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Hello,
We have Westies; 7 females ranging in age from 2 to 10 and one male, 10. I
guess it is a territory thing but he does a wee in all sorts of places. The
places indoors are the problem; unhealthy and smelly.

Does anyone have an idea on this?

Thanks,
David





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Old May 17th 04, 12:53 PM
Diana
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"David 42" wrote in message
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Hello,
We have Westies; 7 females ranging in age from 2 to 10 and one male, 10.

I
guess it is a territory thing but he does a wee in all sorts of places.

The
places indoors are the problem; unhealthy and smelly.

Does anyone have an idea on this?

Thanks,
David

It's taken you 10 years to decide this is unacceptable?... or has he just
started doing this?
If its the latter then take him to a vet, he may well have an infection or
other such problems.

Diana


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Old May 17th 04, 12:53 PM
Diana
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"David 42" wrote in message
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Hello,
We have Westies; 7 females ranging in age from 2 to 10 and one male, 10.

I
guess it is a territory thing but he does a wee in all sorts of places.

The
places indoors are the problem; unhealthy and smelly.

Does anyone have an idea on this?

Thanks,
David

It's taken you 10 years to decide this is unacceptable?... or has he just
started doing this?
If its the latter then take him to a vet, he may well have an infection or
other such problems.

Diana


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Old May 17th 04, 12:53 PM
Diana
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"David 42" wrote in message
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Hello,
We have Westies; 7 females ranging in age from 2 to 10 and one male, 10.

I
guess it is a territory thing but he does a wee in all sorts of places.

The
places indoors are the problem; unhealthy and smelly.

Does anyone have an idea on this?

Thanks,
David

It's taken you 10 years to decide this is unacceptable?... or has he just
started doing this?
If its the latter then take him to a vet, he may well have an infection or
other such problems.

Diana


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Old May 17th 04, 08:02 PM
David 42
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No, I am not quite that slow to notice things. Indeed it is a recent thing
with him. However, I guess you are right. In the absence of any other ideas
he will have to go 'IN'.
David

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"Diana" wrote in message
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"David 42" wrote in message
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Hello,
We have Westies; 7 females ranging in age from 2 to 10 and one male,

10.
I
guess it is a territory thing but he does a wee in all sorts of places.

The
places indoors are the problem; unhealthy and smelly.

Does anyone have an idea on this?

Thanks,
David

It's taken you 10 years to decide this is unacceptable?... or has he just
started doing this?
If its the latter then take him to a vet, he may well have an infection or
other such problems.

Diana




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Old May 17th 04, 08:02 PM
David 42
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No, I am not quite that slow to notice things. Indeed it is a recent thing
with him. However, I guess you are right. In the absence of any other ideas
he will have to go 'IN'.
David

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"Diana" wrote in message
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"David 42" wrote in message
...
Hello,
We have Westies; 7 females ranging in age from 2 to 10 and one male,

10.
I
guess it is a territory thing but he does a wee in all sorts of places.

The
places indoors are the problem; unhealthy and smelly.

Does anyone have an idea on this?

Thanks,
David

It's taken you 10 years to decide this is unacceptable?... or has he just
started doing this?
If its the latter then take him to a vet, he may well have an infection or
other such problems.

Diana




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Old May 17th 04, 08:02 PM
David 42
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No, I am not quite that slow to notice things. Indeed it is a recent thing
with him. However, I guess you are right. In the absence of any other ideas
he will have to go 'IN'.
David

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"Diana" wrote in message
...

"David 42" wrote in message
...
Hello,
We have Westies; 7 females ranging in age from 2 to 10 and one male,

10.
I
guess it is a territory thing but he does a wee in all sorts of places.

The
places indoors are the problem; unhealthy and smelly.

Does anyone have an idea on this?

Thanks,
David

It's taken you 10 years to decide this is unacceptable?... or has he just
started doing this?
If its the latter then take him to a vet, he may well have an infection or
other such problems.

Diana




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Old May 18th 04, 06:28 AM
AndreaS
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"David 42" wrote:
No, I am not quite that slow to notice things. Indeed it is a recent thing
with him. However, I guess you are right. In the absence of any other

ideas
he will have to go 'IN'.



Inappropriate urination is a classic sign of UTI, thus the vet suggestion.
Trying to re-train house breaking is pointless if it's medical.

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Old May 18th 04, 06:28 AM
AndreaS
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"David 42" wrote:
No, I am not quite that slow to notice things. Indeed it is a recent thing
with him. However, I guess you are right. In the absence of any other

ideas
he will have to go 'IN'.



Inappropriate urination is a classic sign of UTI, thus the vet suggestion.
Trying to re-train house breaking is pointless if it's medical.

--
-Andrea Stone
Saorsa Basenjis
http://home1.gte.net/res0s12z/
The Trolls Nest - greenmen, goblins & gargoyle wall art
www.trollsnest.com


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Old May 18th 04, 06:28 AM
AndreaS
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"David 42" wrote:
No, I am not quite that slow to notice things. Indeed it is a recent thing
with him. However, I guess you are right. In the absence of any other

ideas
he will have to go 'IN'.



Inappropriate urination is a classic sign of UTI, thus the vet suggestion.
Trying to re-train house breaking is pointless if it's medical.

--
-Andrea Stone
Saorsa Basenjis
http://home1.gte.net/res0s12z/
The Trolls Nest - greenmen, goblins & gargoyle wall art
www.trollsnest.com


 




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