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    Hmm

    My puppy dog likes to snuggle on the bed in the mornings though I usually get up and let her out for a shetnapiss first. And then we both leap back into the bed - though she's only allowed on the bedspread not in the bed. There were a few times I got up and I opened the back door to let dog out, and I went to the dunny but when I got back to bed, she was in the warm spot I'd just vacated. I was not happy. Now I make sure I pull the bed covers right up any time I get out of bed.

    If Frosty wets the bed - I'm up for a new mattress cos there is no way I'd get that out of a cotton futon.
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    I can happily say I have never had this happen to me.. I'd be throwing out the whole mattress if it did judging by the volume of George's wees!

    I remember when we were at puppy school, George was about 15 weeks old or so, already 5 times bigger than all the other puppies! Anyway, it was a 2 hour session and that's a really long time for pup to hold on. I remember at one point in the class he was sitting obediently at my feet when he turned his head and looked up at me with big brown eyes. Emerging from bellow him was an ever expanding yellow pool!! It got to about 1 meter wide in diameter! All the other puppy owners were beside themselves- any other accidents could be cleaned up with a couple squares of paper towel, we needed the mop and bucket for George! Cutest thing was, I had told him to sit, and that's what he did, despite the fact he needed to pee!! Poor obedient pup!! LOL!!

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    LMAO@Newfie. Poor George!!!

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    No, this hasn't happened to me and Keeda. But watch out for this if she's an avid dreamer:

    YouTube - Sleepwalking Fail

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    ....and this is why I have a waterproof mattress protector on my bed! (Though it was more coz I have a habit of wetting the bed




    ....with the glass of water I have on my bedside table!)

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    GreysareGreat - isn't the mattress protector a bit sweaty to sleep on? When I'm feeling clumsy I put the glass of water in one of those sports drink bottles with the sucky nipple on top.

    Newfienut
    Ah the joys of puppy school. I think Frosty disgraced herself from excitement in the first one or two. I used to make sure I greeted guests well outside the front door because she'd gush then too. It was hard making them back away from the front door quick enough.

    We had a malamute puppy that got caught short in a three soggy bath towels kind of way, every session. After the second one the owners were advised to take his water away a few hours before class but they, being irresponsible teenagers , always forgot. Not sure how much he got to practice his lessons between classes either. That was going to be one destructive tearaway dog.

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    Hyacinth, my mattress protector has a terry towelling type top layer, the cheaper ones that don't have this are horrible to sleep on - I tried them! Plus they crackle when you move. The one I have now is from Myer, doesn't crackle, doesn't make you feel sweaty, can be machine washed, and best of all can be used with an electric blanket in winter (which i put on top of the protector and is also machine washable).

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    Hey Laura.

    All jokes aside, you may want to watch her, as she could have a urinary tract infection. Watch her for any more incontinence, or for any discomfort when she pees. If in doubt, ask a vet.

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    Stink, you recon dog pee stinks badly? Try Tomcat Pee. on your pillow, beside it and you wake up with your nose in it!

    Yep, dumb caring Di.
    Stinky, who was given that name originally had just had a cat fight abscess operated on, desexed same time, home first night, not house trained. I moved to the spare bedroom with him and a litter tray for the first post op night.

    I thank my lucky stars that I had that foam eggshell stuff on top of the mattress as that contained most of it. The pillow went to the tip. Stinky had to be housebound till his wound healed and I just quietly went insane for the couple of weeks watching, listening for carpet scratching and waiting for when he would pee to plonk him on the litter. He never ever learned to use it. I was going to rename him after his op....nope, he can keep it, lol. He now, like two of my 3 has learned to go to the door when he wants out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreysAreGreat View Post
    ....and this is why I have a waterproof mattress protector on my bed! (Though it was more coz I have a habit of wetting the bed




    ....with the glass of water I have on my bedside table!)
    Jeez, I'm gald you added that last sentence!

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