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Nope, you don't have to at all. It took Buddy months to get his pee control back, and, even then, sometimes it was iffy. As long as you're committed to expressing 3 or 4 times a day, as MANY people on this bb do, he should do well. That doesn't mean he'll never get a UTI, because even able-bodied critters, including humans, do. I never had to do poop-on-demand with Buddy, because expressing pee would express poop first about 50% of the time. I expressed him into a baby diaper for convenience.SushisMom wrote: I am just praying right now that he regains function b/c my vet told me if he doesn't regain it at all then putting him down might be the next step and I am NOT at all ok with that. .
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