Dog’s Bed is Wet but Doesn’t Smell Like Urine – Top 4 Reasons

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You see some wet spots on the dog’s bed but none of them smell like urine. Here are a few common reasons that may explain this odd situation.

1. Could be diluted urine

The clear liquid that’s causing the wet spots on the dog bed could just be clear urine, which might not have the same strong odor as pale-yellow urine. Clear urine isn’t always a good thing. It may mean your dog is over-hydrated. It could also be a sign of an endocrine disorder such as Cushing’s disease. A trip to the vet is worth doing if your dog continues to leave mysterious wet marks on his bed.

2. Excessive drooling

The wet spots on the dog bed could also be caused by excessive drooling. Many different triggers can cause this including dental diseases and gastrointestinal disorders.

3. Excessive licking

The dog bed could be wet because your dog has suddenly built up a habit of licking the bed often. This might tie back to a dog’s lifestyle. Bored dogs, for example, may find household objects to lick on because of the lack of mental and physical stimulation.

4. Cyst ruptures

The wet spots on the dog bed may have been due to the discharge of a ruptured cyst. You may have already noticed this cyst appearing somewhere on the dog’s body.

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