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    Default Widdle, Widdle, Widdle

    Okay this is a bit of a strange post but I am truly baffled about something my dog is doing!!!! I have had my puppy for a year now and she gets walked morning and night. When we take her on walks she never ever does widdles or poos.
    I have just started taking her to a new off-leash dog park everyday because I am on holidays. We do three laps of the park and she probably does 6 widdles???!!!!?? So of course I am worried she has a UTI so get the ice-cream container out and TRY and collect a sample. Not much luck. She can turn it on and off like a tap!!!!! So I thought I better take her to the vet but then thought maybe I will take her for a long walk around the neighbourhood. NOT ONE WIDDLE!!!
    So is it just the smells that make her want to go widdle?????

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    She's marking at the park. Don't worry about it. She is doing something that is totally natural for her.
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    Banjo does widdles every 2 steps on walks but almost never at home

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    Yeah I used to think marking was just a boy thing, but Marnie wees heaps on a walk.

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    Thanks for the help!!! After taking her to the vet last week because she was the shaking her head and there was nothing at all wrong I really didn't want to take her again the vet.

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    I don't think anything is wrong.

    My dog goes in the back yard, and at the parks where there is lots of open space, but she almost never goes on the footpaths between. I don't think she feels very secure on the footpaths - even the ones we walk every day, so she saves up for the big open spaces.

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