We have a sixteen year old female dachshund. She has had two surgeries years ago for bladder stones and has been successfully on a special diet ever since. Recently, she is drinking more and peeing in the house. This is especially true if she has been sleeping. She has to pee within a minute or two after a nap and she naps a lot. We live in a new city. We took her to the vet. This vet did a great job with her dental cleaning right after we moved here. He did urine analysis and blood work. Some concerns were diabetes, cushings, crystals in urine and infection. Nope. She was fine in all regards. He physically felt her pelvis and she didn't have any signs of more stones...nor did her urine indicate this. He also said, as he remarked 10 months ago when he took tests prior to her cleaning, that her urine and blood samples are remarkable for a dog her age. He gave us antibiotics to give the dog...not knowing what is wrong. He does not feel it's typical inconinence since she knows what is going on. However, there was ONE instanace that she seemed out of it...and didn't know.She was peeing standing up. All other times, she squatted, etc. I'm not overly confident the antibiotics will do much. Anyone have any ideas? Anyone do hormone tx for their older female dogs? Thank you.