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Behavior of a female Jack Russell
(Devils Lake, ND)
Hi. I have a 6 month (soon to be 7 months old) female Jack Russell. Who has been spayed in the month of January and has been treated for a UTI shortly after her spay. I also have a 2 year old male Jack Russell Terrier. They get a long pretty well...they are constantly wrestling with eachother which I think is fairly normal for them for how much energy they have!! My question is this...Mya is kenneled through out the day when my fiance and I are at work and both dogs do sleep with us at night. When we first got Mya she would pee in our bed than she quit peeing in our bed and now lately she started up again. My fiance and I have talked about kenneling her up at night but we do feel bad because she is kennel for atleast 8 hours a day monday through Friday. We have not changed her routine in anyway. Mya is demands our attention all the time as where our male dog Rowdy hardly gets any attention which it doesn't seem to bother him. He is the type...he will let you know when he wants attention from you. I try to give both dogs the same amount of attention as I can so they don't feel like one is getting more than the other. Rowdy is just fine...its Mya that I am concerned about. Do you have any tips or suggestions on how to fix this problem??