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San Diego Pug Club Message Board › Aging pugs helpful tip

Aging pugs helpful tip

michelle b.
Vista, CA
Post #: 23
I want to share an idea I came up with. My 14 year old pug is having trouble hearing, seeing, walking and incontinence. Not wanting to put him to sleep yet as he is not in pain but wanting to keep him safe where he can potty without getting hurt I came up with a solution that may help others. I bought a blow-up pool. I put sand in the bottom and now I put him in there a few times a day. He cant get hurt and he even has come to feel safe in there. When he pee-pees or poos I praise him. He now has his dignity back and I have my sanity. It was getting very tiresome carrying him out to potty and waiting too long when sometimes nothing happened. Now I can leave him there for 1/2 hour and saves me time. Hope this helps others.
A former member
Post #: 2
great idea..thanks
Alison Jerry Ringo...
Group Organizer
Las Vegas, NV
Post #: 46
I am going to try that! Thank you very much for sharing that with us!
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