Are you familiar with the look of your dog’s pee and their urinary habits?
Observe these things while your dog is healthy. Only then you can notice any changes which are the reflection of changes in your dog’s health.
One man’s trash is another man’s treasure.
To a dog, urine isn’t just waste, it is a precious commodity. I’m always fascinated by how carefully Jasmine selects just the right spot worthy of her deposit.
I’m sure that you have noticed your dog’s fascination with urine markings. It is imperative that every tree, every pole and every hydrant gets carefully examined.
You might think that dogs can’t read but they can! Only their required reading isn’t written in words.
If reading scents is, for dogs, the equivalent of reading a written message, then the canine equivalent of ink is urine.Stanley Coren, How to Speak Dog
Leaving urine markings, to dogs, is like sending out a resume. If dogs get so much information from urine, could we?
Learn what your dog’s urine can tell you about their health
What can you tell from your dog’s pee by yourself? Think like a dog and learn to read the pee!
A urinalysis is inexpensive, noninvasive, and provides a wealth of information about a dog’s well-being. Learn how to collect a sample and what the laboratory results mean.
Look and smell of urine
Normal urine should be shades of yellow. If your dog’s pee is brown in color, seek veterinary care immediately.
How does fresh blood get in the urine?
What does it mean when your dog’s urine smells bad?
Urinary behavior and habits
Urinary accidents in housetrained dogs are signs of medical or behavioral problems. In either case, punishment is cruel and ineffective.
Always pay attention to your dog and make sure that a new problem doesn’t hide behind an existing one.
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