I have a friend whose husky dog has lately taken to weeing and on the odd occaison pooing in his bed. He never used to do this. He does have diabetes, and is getting old. We both thought it was a case of incontinence at first due to being oldish, but he never smells like he has been sleeping in dog wee, there are no stains on his coat etc. You can't mistake the smell of dog wee on a dog. He shares a kennel run with another dog (female, spayed), there are plenty of beds to sleep on, kelly the female dog has her own nest bed which she adores and is not interested in Bandits (husky) bed, and he finds her bed too warm to snuggle into and leaves her bed alone. He has never messed in this bed. He never has a mistake during the day when inside, and does ask to go out to the toilet if he is inside. The owners have made sure that he has last wees etc about 10pm at night before both dogs are shut in their kennel house. I have suggested making this later if possible. We did wonder if it was a case of not being able to hold on for any length of time due to being older. He doesn't wee on any other bed, the bedding has been washed (duvet, blankets etc) but due to ammonia sticking around new bedding was bought, which he wee'd on. The reason for several beds is really for him because he does have arthritis in his hips, and my friend doesn't like him sleeping on the concrete floor, so he has a choice of where to sleep. Yes, he does (when hot) sleep on the concrete floor. The bed he wee's in is one of those hammock like beds on a frame so that air can circulate, which has blankets, duvet on. He also has a number of thick blankets on the floor as well which he never messes in. His diabetes is under control, overall he is generally healthy, good dispostion, enjoys a romp with kelly and has a good life. We and I were wondering if anyone else has had something similar occur, or if there is anything we could try to help discourage this happening.