How long can puppies hold pee at night? A good rule of thumb is that puppies can usually hold their urine for their age in months plus one, converted to hours. In other words, a 3-month-old puppy can generally go four hours without urinating.
How long can a 10 week puppy hold it? As a guideline, new puppies up to 10 weeks old typically can’t hold their bladder for more than an hour. Dogs between 10 to 12 weeks old can usually hold it for around two hours.
HOW LONG CAN 4 month old puppy hold pee? Remember, puppies can’t control their bladder until they’re about 16 weeks old. After that, in general they can only hold their bladder for the same number of hours as the number of months of their age plus one. So, a four-month-old puppy can only hold it for five hours.
How long can a 3 month old puppy hold its bladder? Generally, puppies can hold it for one hour per every month of age (so a three-month-old puppy can wait three hours to pee).