Why Is My Puppy Pooping So Much?

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Why is my puppy pooping so much? Key takeaways Too much fiber. If your pup’s diet is rich in fiber, whether coming from treats or their main food, they are going to poop more in terms of quantity and frequency.  Eating kitchen scraps. Some ingredients in human food can lead to an upset tummy and … Read more

How Often Do Puppies Poop?

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How often do puppies poop? Key takeaways It depends on your dog’s age. It’s more or less normal for young puppies to poop as often as once every 3-4 hours. 1-year-olds should be able to poop twice a day. The poop frequency and amount is influenced by many factors. If your dog recently had a … Read more

What should your puppy’s poop look like?

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What should your puppy’s poop look like – And Why It’s Important Key takeaways Chocolate brown is normal. Any other colors besides chocolate brown can be considered a sign of disease or a health complication.  A firm consistency is preferred. While your puppy’s poop should not be hard, it should also not be watery. Your … Read more

Why is my puppy peeing a lot?

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Puppy Peeing a Lot – Every 5 minutes, 10 minutes – What’s normal? Its common for puppies that have small bladders to pee once every 10 to 30 minutes. However, a higher frequency than that should convince you to take your pup to the vet.  But what is too much when it comes to peeing? … Read more

Why Does My Puppy Pee Inside After Being Outside?

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Why does your puppy pee inside after being outside? Key takeaways Housetraining your puppy takes time and commitment. It’s not uncommon for puppies to have accidents even after they’ve had training. Some puppies can take up to 6-months to become fully potty-trained so stay patient. Seek your Vet’s advice if this issue continues longer than … Read more

Do puppies pee in their sleep?

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In this article Do puppies pee in their sleep? Like babies, puppies don’t have all of their reflexes developed when they are very young. It takes time for the bladder muscles to develop and for them to understand that they can’t just go anywhere in your house. House training also requires a bit of time … Read more