Establish a routine
Generally speaking, a puppy can control their bladder one hour for every month of age.
So if your puppy is two months old, they can hold it for about two hours.
Don’t go longer than this between bathroom breaks or they’re guaranteed to have an accident.
How long can dog go without peeing?
Most adult dogs can go 8-10 hours without urinating, but this depends on their age, sex, body size, and overall health. Smaller and younger dogs need to urinate more often than older larger dogs.
How often should you take your dog out to pee?
The average healthy dog will produce approximately 10 to 20 ml of urine for each pound of body weight per day. Ideally adult dogs should be allowed outside to relieve themselves at least 3-5 times a day.
At what age can a dog hold its bladder for 8 hours?
Example: a 3 month old puppy should be able to hold its bladder for 4 hours. With this rule in place, a puppy that is 7 months old or older and an adult dog should be able to hold its bathroom needs for 8 hours.
How long can a 3 month old puppy go without peeing?