Join Date: May 2007
Location: Southern CA
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Has anything changed around the house or in your - or their - schedules?
We had some foster dogs that, when faced with life changes or new faces, would pee on the bed from either stress or to assert their 'ownership' of a prime place in the house.
Since I'm guessing it's highly unlikely that BOTH dogs have come down with a urinary tract infection at the same moment, you might also consider that one has an infection and the other is simply marking alongside his buddy's pee spot due to the smell. It wouldn't hurt to get them checked out by their vet.
I hope you can solve the mystery and that it's a simple fix. This might sound weird but, in one sense you're lucky. Your dogs are small. Our foster dogs are golden retrievers. Their bladders are much, much bigger.
Hugs to your fur kids - hope they're doing better soon!
Wanda & Pepper