Saturday, January 23, 2010

Pee is for Paris

I think Blondage has set a new record. Most pee-pee on a new floor. (Maybe I ought to enter her in Mango Minster)??

We knew Cocker Spaniels had a "reputation" for liking to potty inside occasionally, but Miss Thing has taken it to new heights!

And, okay, I'll admit that when I smell her stainage, I like to follow suit. My bad.

Mom has seen this advertised on TV and wondered if it would do any good:
So far mom has been moderately successful in getting Pee-Dog to go in one spot on some newspapers. Does anybody out there have any advice?? If you do, for the love of dog would you please share??!? Dad has been saying some major HBO words lately and mom is super tired of mopping all the time!

On a much brighter note, we want to dedicate this funny from LOLdogs to our new friends, those kissa-bull Houston pibbles.

Hope everybody has a great weekend!


Mango said...

Do you know Miss Pearl the pug? Apparently she has been suffering from the same behaviors and her mom seems to have come up with a strategy that is showing some success.


The OP Pack said...

Not sure what to suggest, but has she been checked for a urinary infection? Dakota had issues when she was suffering from her Cushing's. Mom would put a plastic tarp on the floor, then some plastic lined pee pee pads and then newspapers. That way if Dakota wet overnight, she just had to scoop up all the pads and papers and toss. No more stains on the floor.

Love that backpacking parent.

Woos, Phantom and Thunder

Cheryl, Indiana, Shingo and Molly said...

Hmmm, HBO words. That is bad. We have no idea, except to try to puppy pads. That may help to get her to go in the same spot, at least.

Woofs and Kisses!
The Fiesty Three

Gus, Louie and Callie said...

Poor Paris we think you have been framed.. Are you sure it isn't Mack doing all the pee-pee stuff?

Love the last pic..

Big Sloppy Kisses
Gus, Louie and Callie

Joe Stains said...

you lost me, you want to STOP stains? I don't get it...

Khyra The Siberian Husky And Sometimes Her Mom said...

Sorry 'bout that 'issue' -

I'm sure your mom will get some good ideas 'here' -

Love the pikh too!

Khyra & Khousin Merdie

Ludo van Doggy said...

We has heard about them potty pads, but Mum reckons anything that tells us it 'ok' to go potty inside, is just going backwards and not forwards. First thing to do is make sure she not got an infection or nothin, then get rid of the smells with a good biological cleaner, cos you know how much we dogs love smells! hehe!
Then if it were me doing it Mum said she would go right back to basics, treating me as if I was a puppy again, getting potty breaks after every meal and drink and praise when Miss thing goes in the right spot.
I guess...
~lickies, Ludo

Mack and Sally Ann said...

Mommy uses lots of Nature's Miracle around here, as Mack has "accidents" sometimes. It works great. I use wee-wee pads, and I only use them if I can't go outside.
Sally Ann

Hector and Lola said...

Hi Mack! Cute pictures!! far as advice goes, maybe try puppy pads...?? Or lots of outside potty breaks outside! Good luck!-Hec and Lola

Noah the Airedale said...

We only have that problem if we can't get outside in if the door is closed and the pinkies are asleep. Of course only the girls do this.
Has Paris got access to outside..Have you got a doggy door?
Good luck in solving the problem. Wish we could be of more help.

Noah Willow Tess Lucy

Benny and Lily said...

We have a feeling blondage is going to wind up in a little pouch like that picture or with a diaper. BOL
Benny & Lily

Lacy said...

w00fs, me agrees, vet check 1st to make sure her ok..then if she not got a doggy dog that she can come in and out, take her out ever 4 to 5 hrs...thats what mama and daddys does wiff me..but iffin they leave me, sometimes me is bad..

b safe,

Dennis the Vizsla said...


Lorenza said...

I guess I can't give you a good advice since I pee inside all the time but in my defense I have to say I know where I have to do it!
My grandma laughs a lot when I am out in the patio and then suddenly I run inside to go to pee in my bathroom!
I hope your Mom finds a good solution!
Kisses and hugs

Josie said...

I would say that Pee-pee-Paris has to stay in a crate whilst the pinkies are away. Whilst the Pinkies are home, she has to be let out immediately after eating and upon waking up, and then every 2 hours when she is awake. I would be real strict about this as she is an adult and should "get it." Although she is blonde...... She should have a physical first.It's got to be back to square one with housebreaking. Also...consistency is key. We're not advocates of ritual crating. but I think it's needed here.I would praise the heck out of her when she pees outside(pinkies have to go outside too) and likewise slip-ups get punished...say "NO!...You go potty outside!" And then the pinkies take her outside. Keep repeating(calmly now)..go potty outside.It has to be a team(Paris & pinkie) effort. Love, Josie

Dory and the Mama said...

Sounds like you got lots of good advice...Good Luck! We are going to try to use that advice for Bilbo (he has the same issues...)


Asta said...

I'm totally at a loss how to help you..I was cwate twained, and unless I'm sick, I nevew think of pee peeing inside, hmmm, maybe that pad is the answew..I love youw new fwiends and that pictoowe is just tewwific
At least you can get a gweat satin awawd fwom Joey
love and smoochie kisses

Maggie and Mitch said...

We're not going to be much help to you at all. It sounds like you got a lot of good suggestions though. We hope one of them helps you out, Paris!

Love ya lots,
Maggie and Mitch

Ruby Bleu said...

Shame on Miss Thing...I've missed you my Macky!!!

Lots of Licks, Ruby

Ike said...

All I can think is to check for a UTI first and then try that potty pad thing. Is she an attention pee-er?

kissa-bull said...

thanks so much for the funnies you guys those pibbles are sure adorable
unfortunately our mommish/daddish and grannish just makes sure they takes us to wee wee a lotsa during the day . we are never really alone for long to want to wee wee inside but we are sending you all our good luck pibble vibes to you
wiggles and pibble sugar
the houston pittie pack

Bobby said...

Hi those mat things could work, an ordinary coconut mat does the same thing it is rubber backed so I can swill it down. I leave one outside, and any foster dogs or pups I put out and they go on it.As Jose says you have to put them out quite often and lots of happy praise when she goes outside and stern no, when its done inside. Put her out anyway even if its to late, and ignore her for a while.

happy said...

Sounds like Paris needs to go back to basics again. At least, that's what LS usually put me through when I create the same mess. But in my defense, I do it when she neglects me for too long.

katztales said...

Has she been checked for a urinary infection? Or is there something new (like a new person in the house) that she may be "objecting" to? Poor girl. And poor you! I hope you sort something out soon.

Cocorue said...

i'm not much help here as i know where the pee pad is. mumster says to check her with the vet first and to stay calm...

i'm a great fan of loldogs bol....tq for sharing

Gus, Louie and Callie said...

Mack we have kennels too.. Mom just wants us to think they are special calling them condos..
What a goofy woman..

Big Sloppy Kisses
Gus, Louie and Callie


Hmmm, maybe you and Paris could make some money on some stuffed toy puppies for little kids. They could be Potty Patch Pups. A definite three P. BOL

Essex & Deacon

Life With Dogs said...

One of our Labs peed in the house 23 times her first day with us. Wish I knew what turned her around, but it seemed to just be time and patience.

Awesome picture!

Hailey said...

Hi sweetie! I stay in a crate while mom is at work. If she is gone one minute too long, I refuse to HOLD it longer than needed. She needs to hurry up with workand come home sooner!! I will pee pee in the house if I am not taken outside when I ask. I figure I am polite and ask, they ignore me, they get pee pee!!!

Hugs & smoochies xoxo

Hailey said...

pee essss!!! I love the new back pack too! Makes we want one to hang my beenie babies in!

Hugs & smoochies xoxo

Tee said...

What funny funnies. That's like the chief when she helped with Anna's 9 pups.

Anywoos. About pee-pee problems - what stops us in our tracks it's the Chief's deafening yelp ... 'STOOOOPPPP!!!' seems to work on us lot. We get startled we scuttle off to a place where she won't protest. We've since learnt that pee-ing on grass is good.

Licks and wags

The Dog Woods Pack