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    Its driving me mental!
    The bathroom tiles .
    I think I might just have got rid of it and along comes wet/damp weather and its back worse than ever.

    Any hints or remedy please !
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    Quote Originally Posted by ChoppaChop View Post
    Its driving me mental!
    The bathroom tiles .
    I think I might just have got rid of it and along comes wet/damp weather and its back worse than ever.

    Any hints or remedy please !
    Not sure what you are talking about here - or asking ?

    Someone/something is piddling on the tiles of your bathroom ?

    Here is link that will give you some answers for dog/cat piddle:
    https://www.google.com.au/search?q=c...w=1228&bih=778

    Boy/male human piddle - whole different ball game !!!!!!!

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    I know when its raining I get "piddled on" tiles because my little princess Brock doesn't like to get his paws wet(except at the beach)

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    I dont think I'd be brave enough to venture into the male/female bathroom aspects Riley

    Its definately a dog thing.

    MMJ that sounds familiar , oohh but hey hoooman,its wet out here lol

    Though to be fair Portia has been really good lately and Tonka wont even poo in his yard let alone defile his house ! But wow , I have never smelled such an amonia as this . I've tried just about everything I possibly thought of. Vinegar , bleach,disso ....all of the above in one bottle lol!! I'm ready to try anything.
    edit to add - also tried eucalyptus oil
    GageDesign Pet Photography
    Site still in construction so will post link when it's finished.

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    I have to ask choppa, is your piddled tiles problem the same as mine or is it some builders terminology? If it's the same as mine I hope someone can offer some solutions, cause at the moment it's raining again and I hate waking up to mess. My current solution is to take princess Brock walking in the rain as much as possible, but atm that's kinda hard with very little rain happening down this way

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    Quote Originally Posted by ChoppaChop View Post

    Though to be fair Portia has been really good lately and Tonka wont even poo in his yard let alone defile his house ! But wow , I have never smelled such an amonia as this . I've tried just about everything I possibly thought of. Vinegar , bleach,disso ....all of the above in one bottle lol!! I'm ready to try anything.
    edit to add - also tried eucalyptus oil
    Hi 'ChoppaChop' - the highlighted area above is a worry to me. High levels of ammonia in urine signifies ill health to me. Could signal dehydration or UTI or something else.

    If this was me, I would be taking Portia back to her vet ASAP - with a urine sample to get it checked out. Her immune system has taken a big hit lately - that's why she has all her lumps.

    Has she had any blood tests done ? If not, then I would be suggesting you get all of that checked out as well - the full panel of tests - to show that the major organs have proper function.

    Heaps of Good Luck Wishes for you and Portia.
    I really hope that you can get to the bottom of this soon !

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    Thanks Riley
    Our vet is taking more scrapings this week to send away,she could'nt see any mites etc in the first scrapings. I'ts not a recent thing , she hasn't gone in there for awhile. I think its so strong because its in a small unfiltered,no air circulation room . Seriously,its one person a time in our bathroom lol! And I have my suspicious that Tonk has gone in and marked over the top her.

    MMJ ,yep we have the same problem
    GageDesign Pet Photography
    Site still in construction so will post link when it's finished.

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