. Thanks for the information. I just wanted to ensure it wasn't a miniature dobbie. I'm glad he you have taken out the blanket. I would not have anything in the kennel that might absorb the liquid. Dogs don't mind laying on a wet blanket but do not like laying in a puddle. It is that being forced to lay in a puddle when they have an accident which helps them learn to hold their bladder for increasingly longer periods of time as they mature. .As I'm sure you are aware, dobermans often have spinal issues. In some cases it causes a head wobble and is referred to as wobblers. You can read about this here:
Discs in other areas might also be affected as well. This can lead to some problems with inappropriate urination. At this age, it is not something we would normally suspect but it does need to be mentioned. A ct scan or myelogram would be the only way to rule that out. Of course, this type of problem often isn't diagnosed until a dog is older, so health clearances of the parents wouldn't really ensure that a pup wouldn't develop it.
It may just be that the pup's sphincter is relaxing when the dog is relaxed which is allowing the leaking of the urine. If this is the case, there are medications that your vet can prescribe to help with the problem if it gets to be more of an issue. You can read about this here:
There is a product called a belly band that helps with this issue in a male dog. You can see these here:
I'd talk to your vet about these possibilities. I hope this information is helpful to you and you are satisfied with my response. If you would like any additional information or have more questions please don’t hesitate to press the reply to expert or continue conversation button so I can address any issues you still have .
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