Urinary tract infection (UTI)

Change in Drinking Habits in Dogs: Pixie’s Excessive Thirst

Change in Drinking Habits in Dogs: Pixie’s Excessive Thirst

Do you know what can cause excessive drinking and urination in your dog? Should you be concerned? Excessive drinking and urinary accidents in dogs often go hand-in-hand. So it is only natural that all that fluid has to make its way back out. The causes of increased drinking and urination include: urinary tract infections (UTI) uterine infections diabetes Cushing’s disease…

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Canine Bladder Stones: Lulu’s Straining to Urinate

Canine Bladder Stones: Lulu’s Straining to Urinate

Bladder stones in dogs start out small but over time can grow in number and/or size. Never punish your dog when they suddenly start having potty accidents. Instead, look for a medical explanation first. Bladder stones can be the reason. All you might observe is your dog asking to go outside with increased frequency and having accidents indoors. Typical symptoms…

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Dog UTI Subtle Signs: I Always Thought That A UTI Would Scream It’s Presence

Dog UTI Subtle Signs: I Always Thought That A UTI Would Scream It’s Presence

I always thought that a UTI (urinary tract infection) would scream it’s presence loud and clear. The typical symptoms associated with urinary tract infections in dogs include: frequent urination but usually small amounts at the time difficulty urinating potty accidents urine dribbling smelly urine blood in urine painful urination excessive licking of the area That’s what you picture when thinking…

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