MynaAndBoots
We have a rescued Plott Hound mix named Myna. She's about 2yrs old and about 60lbs. Myna came to us as SUCH a perfect dog, including already house-trained. About 6mo or so after her adoption, Myna started displaying evidence of incontinence. She would basically leak a small puddle of urine. On the couch, on the rug, on her dog bed. It always occurs while sleeping. Myna also drinks unreasonable quantities of water in one sitting. She routinely drinks about a liter in a sitting. If we didn't ration her water, she might drink about 4.5 liters a day. It's now to the point where she SOAKS her bed some nights.

No vet has been able to solve this. Water rationing doesn't work. Maintenance medication like proin and others haven't worked. Now they want to do an MRI to see if she has a congenital birth defect in her plumbing.

Has ANYONE ever solved such a riddle?
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marble

I think you should pad train your puppy. It helps a lot.

Pad training is an essential part of pet upbringing. It is crucial, especially if you are staying away from home several hours a day.

The small furry beings pee frequently. And hence, to train them, you need puppy training pads. These puppy pads are reusable and can be a great help in the puppy training process.

https://www.pupfection.com/best-puppy-training-pads-review/

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MynaAndBoots
Listen, it's really nice of you to try helping. You're the only one. But training and incontinence handling are two very different things.
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Eva
You can try dog diappers. But training pads are a long term solution. You can even put a little bit of her own pee in the training pads, so she knows where she should pee. If Vets can not come up with a solution, maybe can be a neurologic problem.


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MynaAndBoots
For heaven's sake people. This has nothing to do with house training. It's incontinence. Pads don't matter.
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Radar7792
Have you had her blood sugar checked for diabetes also UTI is a possible problem, good luck with your fur baby 
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Tankie12
The advice you need should be from a Vet. There are very serious medical issues that could be causing this, and not. If it’s incontinence, which isn’t uncommon in spayed females young as she is, it’s a simple fix with a daily chewable pill
Lynn, Tankie’s mom, forever
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Mybeautifulboy
You may also want her to be tested for Cushings disease. Drinking large amounts of water and having accidents are two of the symptoms. 
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