Help! One of my dogs peed in the bed...twice!

Irishgal

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Hi ladies,
So, both Millie and Mina sleep in the "big bed". Both are 100% housebroken and have never had an accident.
This am I woke up to find not one but two wet areas in the bed and sure enough the smell test revealed they were urine.

How can I determine which one did it? Should I take them both to the vet and check for bladder infections?

Both are acting normal, eating etc.

Thanks
 

Irishgal

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OK, I may have just figured it out. Mina was put on Timeril-P for a 10 day course and it appears since this is a steroid it may cause the dog to urinate a lot, so maybe it was her.
 

berta

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Probably just the meds. I guess you could have a conversation with your vet to make sure. Poor baby, they get upset over these things.

Last month I woke up and my foot was cold, kept thinking i had a ghost until I did the sniff test. So either the ghost peed or it was Travie.

I thought it was odd, poor Travie is only 6. I guess you could call him middle aged for an Aussie?
 

shushopn

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Definately the meds Irish. I babysat my neighbors Golden Retriever for the whole week last week and he is on steroids for allergies. I had to be very mindful to take him out more often. He did pee a lot more than usual and I've been caring for him for 3 years.
 

bridurkin

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My dog was on Prednisone (sp?) last month, and the vet warned me that the steroid would probably cause my dog to be super thirsty and have to pee a lot. I guess it is pretty common. Have you noticed Mina drinking more than usual?
 
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