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Wee-Wee, I’m So Excited I Could Pee! Excitement and Submissive Urination in Dogs

Miniature goldendoodle puppy sitting at the feet of her owner and looking up  waiting for a treat.

If your dog gets wound up and excited when you (or anyone else) walks in the door, it may seem endearing but it won’t be for long. When you are constantly cleaning up a mess, a frustrated dog owner may wonder what they can do to stop their dog from peeing when they are excited. What’s it all about, anyway?

This behavior is most often seen in puppies but can carry on into adulthood when not addressed. This is why your friends at Hanford Veterinary Hospital are here to explain excitement and submissive urination and dogs to help your four-legged friend (and your floors).

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Pet Lumps and Bumps: What’s Normal, What’s Not

Even though pet lumps and bumps are common enough, they are notorious for sending shock waves through a pet owner’s heart.

Typically noticed during grooming, petting or snuggling, lumps and bumps can grow slowly over time or develop suddenly. Either way, these growths cause significant concern.

The Cart Before the Horse

Pet owners are typically alarmed as soon as they notice or feel pet lumps and bumps. It’s normal to question how it happened, or how an animal’s health and comfort may be impacted. 

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