What is a euphemism for bathroom?
Some euphemisms for "bathroom" or "toilet" are john, rest-room, WC or water closet, and head (especially on a ship)
Either. Depends on the situation. Restroom is more formal (such as in a restaurant) but really there is no difference. add In NZ, the 'bathroom' euphemism seems slightly curious - in this country a bathroom would have a bath in it. And not necessarily a WC/toilet bowl. In a NZ restaurant I'd ask for the toilet. But obviously, it is a cultural convention and differs across countries.
Usually because they have a shower or bath tub in the same room, so naturally we just say the bathroom. We also say restroom, but i never really understood that either. Some of this is because of Americans' desire to avoid using the word "toilet" at least historically. It was considered to be a big vulgar. So "bathroom" became the euphemism for "toilet."
A euphemism of a toilet is something that maybe used for that word among young people (perhaps). It could be the pot, lavatory, lav, can, john, privy, bathroom, commode, potty, stool, throne, gutter, sewer, toilette, bad luck, dressing, grooming, ill luck, misfortune, plumbing fixture, room or tough luck.
"Use the bathroom" is a human euphemism. I assume in the case of a dog that you mean "urinate" or "eliminate" and that your dog does not actually use bathrooms. In any case, it is normal for a pregnant dog to urinate (and defecate) while puppies are being born. Try to clean up any elimination quickly without disturbing the dog.