Hi
We have a 2 year old female Fox Terrier that has recently (in the last
2 weeks) started urinating in her sleep. She often sleeps on our bedand has never had problems with urinating in the house or on our bed.

In the last 2 weeks she has urinated in our bed 3 times - but what is most unuasual is that we pick her up and she is lying in her own urine as if she was unaware of urinating in her sleep.
Could this be a serious problem? Is this a common problem, and how can it be solved?
The fact that she lies in her own urine, unaware of it does not look like a behaviour problem. Any advice appreciated.
Thanks
Hi
She was spayed at about 1 year of age.
She does drink a lot of water. Hope it is not kidney disease or failure.
Hi We have a 2 year old female Fox Terrier that has recently (in the last 2 weeks) started urinating ... that she lies in her own urine, unaware of it does not look like a behaviour problem. Any advice appreciated.

I don't know what is causing it, but I think your first step should be to take her to the vet to have her checked out.

AFAIK, it's not common.
Good luck -
FurPaw

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The fact that she lies in her own urine, unaware of it does not look like a behaviour problem. Any advice appreciated.

Is it a seepage amount, or from a full flow?
Take a first-pee-in-the-morning sample to your vet for a UTI test; while you're there, ask about spay incontinence (somewhat unlikely, but you might as well cover all bases).

Matt. Rocky's a Dog.