Yes! Female Dogs Mark Too!

Posted by Filomena Putrus on

Marking is instinctual and a form of communication among both male and female dogs although it is less common in females. Marking is a small amount of urine expelled. It is NOT dribbling or full bladder elimination. It is important to have your dog examined by your vet if this is happening as this can be a sign of a urinary tract infection (UTI) or another ailment.
Dogs mark for many reasons from anxiety and insecurity to submissiveness or a change in routine. When female dogs mark it is usually a sign that they are going into heat. It alerts male dogs that they are ready for breeding. This can be a definitive sign to apply one of our diapers.
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