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Old 11-12-2012, 05:27 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Every time! He lifts his leg, and about the first 2/3s is okay. Then he tends to pee on his front leg and then to his belly. Anyone else's dog do this? At times he's the smartest dog, and sometimes I think he may be retarded. :-)
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Old 11-12-2012, 06:31 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Haha- mine does the same thing! But almost every time. Pees all over his front legs and stomach, and sometimes he even arches his back and bends his face in between his legs to lick his pee-- no infection - just behavioral. Don't worry I feel like mines retarded sometimes too. Lol


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LOL

Dodger used to hit himself occasionally but never like that.
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Yup.

All the time. We have a pee towel by the door so that I can wipe his feet/legs off before he walks all over my house. Half the time its because he walks and pees at the same time and the other half well... I don't really have a reason for it. Maybe he's just lazy and doesn't feel like getting out of the way lol
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Old 11-13-2012, 09:24 AM   #6 (permalink)
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nope not an issue here but forgive me if I giggle a little silly pups
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Hahaha, Harley does this as well. He will start out fine, loses his balance a bit and then it's all over the place.
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Mason does it to, or he holds his pee so long that when he goes the puddle is to big and he stands in it
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Yup.

All the time. We have a pee towel by the door so that I can wipe his feet/legs off before he walks all over my house. Half the time its because he walks and pees at the same time and the other half well... I don't really have a reason for it. Maybe he's just lazy and doesn't feel like getting out of the way lol

Lol, I thought I was the only one who kept a pee towel by the door. It was mainly for use on the "pee pee belly" that Charlie always did.

Currently, no one in my house requires a pee towel.
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Yeah, my boy does the same thing. I'm another one that keeps a towel by the back door. Not only for his pee foot, but because our backyard is mostly dirt and it rains alot here in Washington. I don't want him tracking mud through the house (specially cause I'm just renting the place).
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