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Female dog leaking clear fluid

Female dog leaking clear fluid for the first time

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I adopted a 2-year old Beagle/Boxer mix from a shelter about 2 weeks ago and the first night she was in my house she pooped for the first time. It was so clear, almost like water, and she seemed to be ok. I have not had any signs of leaking after that. Today she pooped again and the fluid was brown this time. The only things I changed since the first time was that I gave her a bowl instead of the litter pan and put a little more food in her bowl. I'm so confused about what could be causing this. Her food and water bowls are both in a very large stainless steel sink and her food is on a stainless steel plate. Also I have a litter box with some pads in it, it is located in a bathroom on the main level of the house. She hasn't had an accident since and doesn't seem stressed. I don't think she can hold it in very well if that's the problem. Can anyone help?

My two pups are two weeks old and I just noticed the puppy is peeing yellow and the puppy is only two weeks old is it ok to leave them with a litter box on the main floor of my house? I have noticed they have gone to the bathroom in the house once when I was out of the house.

I am so confused! My 2 week old pug mix is still using the litter box. He is peeing fine but when he poops it is always water, no feces. Is this normal? I only changed his litter box a few days ago. He will poop fine outside of his box but the minute he poops in his box, he seems to be trying to control it. When I take him out of his box, he seems like he needs to poopy. Is this normal?

I think so. At 2 weeks he should be fully adjusted to your house and you shouldn't have any problems. However, if you see any signs of leaking, you need to get him checked out right away. Do you notice any of the feces smell in your house? That is usually a sign of a bladder infection.

If he's just learning to control his business then it's ok. He is probably just experimenting with his bladder. If you are concerned, change the pads in his litter box at least every other day.

My 3-month-old German shepherd had his first ever poop yesterday. It was very small, and was brownish yellow, and not watery. I tried to clean it up, but there wasn't much of it. We changed his litter box yesterday, and I changed the litter (we have a high-end one). I have a little litter box in the bathroom, but he hasn't used it yet, and we just moved in a week ago. His first poop was a week ago.

I think my German shepherd needs to go to the bathroom, and maybe it is time for a change of litter box. I'll try to make sure he doesn't use that bathroom until it is time. I was also concerned about his last poop, but there wasn't really much there.

I think my German shepherd needs to go to the bathroom, and maybe it is time for a change of litter box. I'll try to make sure he doesn't use that bathroom until it is time. I was also concerned about his last poop, but there wasn't really much there.

Thanks for the tips!

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If he is peeing fine, then he is fine. Do not change the litter and litter box, unless they have become really contaminated. If you are having problems with your puppy having to go, make sure to give him an "enema" (poo stick) before the end of the day. Just insert it an inch inside the rectum, he should go right away.

If you want to try an enema, you will need to ask your vet for one. Usually they are used for "accidents" when you can't get to the bathroom right away. If you don't have access to a vet, then you can do it yourself and use a plastic glove. Place the glove over your hand, and place the other end of the glove over the opening of the rectum. Squeeze the glove with your fingers to help the enema to go into your puppy. It should only be one or two strokes, not 10 or 20.

I think so. At 2 weeks he should be fully adjusted to your house and you shouldn't have any problems. However, if you see any signs of leaking, you need to get him checked out right away. Do you notice any of the feces smell in your house? That is usually a sign of a bladder infection.

If he's just learning to control his business then it's ok. He is probably just experimenting with his bladder. If you are concerned, change the pads in his litter box at least every other day.

I think so. At 2 weeks he should be fully adjusted to your house and you shouldn't have any problems. However, if you see any signs of leaking, you need to get him checked out right away. Do you notice any of the feces smell in your house? That is usually a sign of a bladder infection.

If he's just learning to control his business then it's ok. He is probably just experimenting with his bladder. If you are concerned, change the pads in his litter box at least every other day.

I think so. At 2 weeks he should be fully adjusted to your house and you shouldn't have any problems. However, if you see any signs of leaking, you need to get him checked out right away. Do you notice any of the feces smell in your house? That is usually a sign of a bladder infection.

If he's just learning to control his business then it's ok. He is probably just experimenting with his bladder. If you are concerned, change the pads in his litter box at least every other day.

If you don't have access to a vet, then you can do it yourself