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Are yankee candles safe for dogs? Dog urine burns and stinks very badly. Can it kill him, as you all are clming? And my dog, a small pitbull has a bad allergy, she has not urinated on my shoes since she was a pup. She urinates and does not smell but only on her feet when she sleeps on the floor. Is it safe for her to sleep in a bed? I know no dog needs to sleep on the floor. What can I do to avoid this from happening agn? She likes to sleep on her dog bed. My boyfriend has a little boy that likes to sleep in the bed with her. I know to keep her off it, but it makes her a very sad dog, she barks and tries to bite him when he is close. I am trying to find out how to stop this!

Hello, I have a 14 yr old male, and I was just looking for some answers to the above question as my older female has a bad problem with the bed... She keeps smelling something in the mattress, and she wont be off of it. We have a dog and a cat who were both rsed with us, and have both had to live with the bed... My boyfriend has had to sleep in the bed for a week because she has "done this"... So any help would be appreciated... Thank you...

There are many pet friendly dog beds avlable. I would check out PetSmart for a foam puppy pad. This type of pad is safe for your dogs. If you put something down in your carpet, you might want to think about cleaning it up. I use a commercial carpet cleaner that has dog odor removers, and also an allergen and bug sprays. Be sure to read the labels. If your dogs have a bad reaction to something, then I would avoid it. I hope this is helpful to you.

My boyfriends dog, a chihuahua, I have to sleep on the floor for his comfort. He keeps on trying to bite me when I get close. I am trying to find out how to stop this!

Hello, I have a 14 yr old male, and I was just looking for some answers to the above question as my older female has a bad problem with the bed... She keeps smelling something in the mattress, and she wont be off of it. We have a dog and a cat who were both rsed with us, and have both had to live with the bed... My boyfriend has had to sleep in the bed for a week because she has "done this"... So any help would be appreciated... Thank you...

there are many pet friendly dog beds avlable. I would check out PetSmart for a foam puppy pad. This type of pad is safe for your dogs. If you put something down in your carpet, you might want to think about cleaning it up. I use a commercial carpet cleaner that has dog odor removers, and also an allergen and flea control product in it. I spray the cleaner onto the carpet first, then the odor remover and the allergen/flea product. This will really help get rid of the odors.

The above answers are very good, thank you. We have a 3 year old male cat who, from an early age, has peed on our carpet. It used to be all right for a while but now it is so bad that the carpet feels soggy. I have tried everything I know of. Can you suggest something I haven't tried yet?

Hi! I have a 3 year old golden retriever and a 2 year old cat. The cat is always on the bed and the dog has to sleep on a dog bed. The cat and dog keep their claws and nls trimmed so they don't scratch up the bed. The cat used to sleep on the bed when she was a kitten, but we've tried to get her off since then. I'm just worried about the health of my bed. I've tried a pillow encased mattress but it still makes it hard for her to sleep. Is there anything else I can do?

Hi,

There is nothing wrong with the bed. The cat is too fat, but the cat can only lay on her front as a kitten, so it's a sign of something is wrong with her. When cats reach adulthood, their spine will collapse and they'll be unable to lay on their backs. She might have problems with pn as well if her bladder is causing her to lay on the bed instead of getting up and using the litter box. The bed might not be the cause, but rather just an indicator. I hope that helps.

I am so glad that there is someone out there to respond. I have a 3 year old cat named Bella. She started peeing on the rug and then we put down a mattress protector. But now it's gotten worse and she can't lay on her back. I took her to the vet today and she was fine. She gave me some drops to stop the peeing and that helped her for a few days, but now I can't get her to stop. She can't lay on her back. When I lay her down, she lays on her side or just lays on the floor and I pick her up. I have no idea what to do. We live in Georgia and it's cold most of the time. What do I do?

Hi,

You don't have to take her to the vet every time.

There is a special cat urine test that will tell you if your cat has bladder stones. You can google "cat pee tests" and they have videos showing you how to do it. You'll want to do this test after the first drop of pee (in case it's a different color) and then at about 48 hours if it's still bright yellow. Call your vet if the color of your cat's pee changes.

I think you'll find, as other cat owners have mentioned, that this should be a temporary problem that is corrected by just giving her some time to go to the bathroom.

Hope this helps.

Good luck!

Our kitty girl, Snow White, will pee more when it's cold. But, it's not every time it's cold. Sometimes she's cold, or hot and it's hot outside. But, when it's cold it's usually when she has to pee, and it's more often.

I think that this is a temporary problem that can be corrected by simply allowing the cat to use her litter box whenever she wants to. If you've done that already and it still continues, bring her to your veterinarian.

There is a very common medical condition, known as "Hodgepodge Syndrome," that causes cats to be unable to regulate their urination. This is a frly common problem, and it usually has a frly simple solution. However, in many cases, Hodgepodge Syndrome can be very difficult to diagnose correctly.

The problem with Hodgepodge Syndrome is that it can cause the cat to produce a lot of urine (sometimes up to six times a day), while showing no interest in their litter box. Sometimes cats with Hodgepodge Syndrome only urinate in response to loud noises, while other times they simply ignore the litter box and instead urinate right on the floor in a manner that smells horrible and is hard to clean up. Some cats with Hodgepodge Syndrome can smell something awful, while other cats have no apparent sense of smell at all.

Hodgepodge Syndrome can be easily diagnosed by giving a cat a urine sample, via a special test, and looking for any specific substances in that urine that are not normally found in normal urine. The symptoms of Hodgepodge Syndrome are very distinctive, and they always can


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