King of Prussia, Pennsylvania
Anyone who has lived with one knows that puppies and kittens produce proportionately more waste than adult dogs and cats.
Their rapid growth is the reason for this. Young animals must process a great deal of food to make muscles, organs, and tissues. They need to drink large amounts of water in order to process the large amounts of food. And, because they eat and drink so much, they produce large amounts of waste.
Young puppies also urinate more often than adults until they are house trained (this is a behavioral matter). Also, puppies may urinate as a sign of submission. And many different diseases and syndromes may cause changes in urination.
But based on your description, I’m guessing that your puppy is urinating and defecating normally.