I'm originally from southern CA and while it was beautiful and everything, I love it here. Snow is pure magic! It's so beautiful, I love staying cozy inside, playing in it is a total blast.
We have a dog who we sometimes have nighttime peeing problems with. She will pee in our room once every week or so (a large improvement from a year ago!). The problem is that she refuses to go outside at night! We literally have to pull her out from under the bed (her favorite place lol) and set her outside, and sometimes she will sniff around and go,and other times she sits at the door and scratches and waits. And the nights she scratches and waits she usually pees inside!
She's 5years old, in good health, she sees the vet regularly and has no bladder issues other than at night.
Doyou have any advice or insight in to this?
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Is it common for children to be hospitalized for days/weeks to be observed for a possible diagnosis of ADHD?
I hope that's understandable. I mean like someone already thinks a kid has it, and the doctor decides to keep them for a while to observe and diagnose.
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