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Old 03-11-2013, 08:32 AM
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Yes it has worked brilliantly. I popped the small crate in the large one reducing the space by half. The first two nights she woke for a wee but last night she slept through all night. I left her for a few hours today and she was fine. So I think it's done the trick.
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Brilliant, and good thinking on your part to use the other crate!

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Arrrg the frustration. After a couple of nights waking for a pee Bella slept through, so we decided to reintroduce her small soft thick bed into her sectioned of crate. She slept fine for a few nights then this morning I have come down to her bed being wet underneath again. I let her out at 11.15 last night and then at 6.45 this morning. I just don't know what to do. I don't think it's a uti because she can sleep through and shows no other symptoms. I just don't know where to go from here. I have taken her thick bed out again and replaced it with a thin towel again.
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On the brighter side, as I feel like I'm always moaning. Bella is amazing. She is a loving, cuddly smart little dog. She loves children and is truly one of the pack. I baked her a liver cake this week and she loved it. She gets better every week and I can't wait to see the amazing dog she will be.
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It is easy to get frustrated about one aspect of our dogs when they are generally good. Perhaps because you sit there and think "But they learned xyz so easily! Why is this one soooo hard???". Or at least, I do that with Bree. It's taken a long time for me to just accept that Bree has challenges with certain things that look easy to me.
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It's true. She is so perfect in so many different ways, we will just have to work through this. I'm sure as she gets older she will get a bit better, it's just trying to avoid her making a habit of it. :-)
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Bella sounds so adorable

Hmmm. Does she sleep through all night on the thin blanket then? If she sleeps through all night on the thin towel with no accidents, you could try intro'ing the thick blanket with a toilet break halfway through the night? How long are you increasing the time she's in there without a toilet break? We add about 10 minutes a week with Zoey (I swear she has the tiniest bladder!!) and go back 10 if she has an accident

Now she's toiletted at 10.30pm and 6.30am, and we're up for the day!

I'm sure Bella will manage soon, I'd imagine it'll definitely get better fast as she ages and has more control over her bladder and more ability to hold it

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If she has a thin blanket she will wake in the night. I'm not sure if she's waking because she's not as comfy or because she won't wee in the crate with just the towel in there. I let her out for a wee and put her straight back in. When we put her bed in there she will just wee in it. I know she can make it through the night because she did when she was small. Oh well we will keep plodding on and hopefully it will get better as she is older.

She is totally adorable, still a complete nutter though. She is going through a grab and run stage at the moment. She used to be good with the drop it command but it's all about the chase, so we try to ignore her. It's quite funny as often she will steal something from the kids then hide behind the kitchen door, I swear if dogs could laugh she would be sat there wetting herself, then when they come to find her she legs it!
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LOL! Such a character

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Yes, she fits in the family very well. She can sometimes be a little too naughty though. Cant wait for her to be a bit bigger. X
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