How long can a dog hold it's bladder overnight



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How long can a dog hold it's bladder overnight?

My mom is getting a husky soon, and i need to know how much he can hold it in overnight, can you help me? My mom wants to make sure that he holds it through the night, so she thinks that the best bet would be to do the trick i did when i was little, but it didnt work, i just dont know how to do it. Please help me!

Answer:

How much does your husky hold it overnight?

As of 8/27/2007 4:15 pm - I haven't checked yet, but I bet he can hold it much longer. I got my Husky a year ago and, before that, my first dog was a Shih-Tzu (3-5 years old when I got him). With that dog, I would usually have to let him go during the night. I would check on him in the morning, and he would be urinating on my rug. It was very bad! However, with my Husky, I have never needed to let him go, and when I do go to bed, he is the only one who ever wakes me up.

There are times I think it is just a coincidence that I am not woken by him, but I am always woken by a night-time pee.

Good luck!

-The Doggy Mommy

Answer:

You have a really quick bladder.

Just be careful to not let him wake you up if he does it. It is okay to not let him out if he holds it till morning. I don't mind getting up to let him go.

-The Doggy Mommy

I don't know how big a difference that really makes. I don't know how often they need to go. We will see. We do have a crate in the bedroom. We have to make sure that there are no other distractions, no cats, no children in the house. He can sleep on the couch for all of this. We also put some sheets on the floor in the bedroom.

-The Doggy Mommy

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I'm not sure how big a difference it makes. I have tried that, and he does sometimes get up in the middle of the night to go to the bathroom.

-The Doggy Mommy

Well, there's a whole lot of room in there (my bed) and if he doesn't need the litterbox... It's pretty easy to lay him out.

-The Doggy Mommy

Thanks for the help, and the advice. When we do get a puppy, we will have to check for a crate. We can't have her go in the bedroom, not with children in the house.

-The Doggy Mommy

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I'm sorry, I couldn't tell by looking at your photos. But in general you should be able to leave the puppy in her crate in her sleeping area, even if you have children in the house. Usually they do fine, they can get used to it, and they'll probably just sleep there.

-The Doggy Mommy

When you say you have had trouble getting her to go in the crate, you might also want to mention that you have had trouble getting her to go in the crate at all. My experience is that they either go at night, or have no problem going in the crate in the daytime.

-The Doggy Mommy

Answer:

I don't know, I think if they're going to be in a crate they should be crated. We've never done it, but we'll have to look into it.

-The Doggy Mommy

I think if you're going to crate your dog, they should be in a crate. I think that's the mn issue, she'll probably get used to it eventually, and it's easier to control a few minutes in the crate than all night in her room.

-The Doggy Mommy

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I wouldn't have a problem with a dog being in the crate at night. They do not seem to do anything to your dog when you put them in the crate at night. If you can put her in it before bedtime, that's best. It is actually harder to keep them in the crate at night than during the day. When I had my first dog, I left her in the crate for short periods at night, but not long, as it really got hard to deal with at the time.

-The Doggy Mommy

You can have people over to see you in the evening if you'd like. I agree with your mom that if you are going to have children at home that you would consider keeping your dog in the same room as them, so they can visit. I used to have my dogs and children in the same room when I lived by myself. I was very strict about them interacting with each other. In the morning, I would bring out the food and walk them and put them both back in their crate until I could take them out in the back for a walk. I only had them out during the day. When it was time for bedtime, I would put both of them back in their crate. I kept my dogs' crate on the floor. I put mine in a small cabinet, so I could sit up and feed them both at night. I used to have a pullout couch, so I'd lay down on it after I had fed the dogs, put them back in their crates and close the door on them. This kept them safe.

-The Doggy Mommy

There's no "wrong" way to keep a dog, however, you need to make sure your dog is safe and gets enough exercise. We keep our two dogs in the living room. They have a dog gate to keep them away from the cats (they're old enough now to keep out on their own) and the dining room has a door that closes. As for a bedtime routine, we do a quick walk around the block first, then down the strs to the laundry room where they are safe and out of the way, and then up to bed. Our boys are 12 and 14 now, but they still go down and get a treat or chew toy with us at the end of the night. -Laura

The most important thing is to have some form of an alarm so that the dog does not sleep through the night. You might consider getting a pet door so they can get out without being tied to a leash and get fresh r, as the house is probably drafty.

As for having kids and animals sleeping together, as long as there are no pets that you have to share the room with, I don't think there is any issue with having your children and animals sharing the same room. They don't have to be in the same bed, and I don't think they will be sharing any of the same room space.

As long as your dog is comfortable with your kids, there should be no problem, as your kids are only going to be there for a short amount of time.

I would recommend that, like I sd, you consult a pediatrician if you haven't already about any of this.



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