No Border Collie owner likes cleaning up their dog’s pee after every few minutes. Unfortunately, this is something that may happen even after you have house trained your dog. If your Collie is urinating often, figure out why this urination problem is happening before taking care of the situation.
Don’t deny you dog water assuming that he is urinating frequently because he is drinking a lot of water. If your Collie is suffering from a Urinary Tract infection, you’ll be dehydrating him if you deny him water. Make sure that there is always a fresh bowl of water for your dog to drink.
Border Collie Puppy Urinating Too Much
At an early age, most puppies don’t have the ability to control their pee like adult dogs can. So, don’t worry so much if your Collie puppy is peeing frequently when he is young. With time, he will learn to hold his need to go potty.
Urinating is one of the reasons why most dog owners make sure that their Border Collies are house trained. However, some dog owners assume that since older dogs only need pee two or three times a day, even Border Collie puppies can hold their pee for as long before needing to relieve themselves. If you wait too long to walk your young puppy, he will definitely pee in the house.
Male Border Collie Urinating a Lot
It is known that male dogs mark their territory by peeing on everything that is theirs. This is how other dogs will know that a certain spot is taken. If your male Collie is not trained well, his urination issues could be happening because he is simply marking his territory. The easiest way of solving this issue is by neutering your Collie.
If you either can’t do so or …