Articles with urinary accidents

Bladder Stones in Dogs: Zaida’s Potty Accidents

Bladder Stones in Dogs: Zaida’s Potty Accidents

A house-broken dog won’t start urinating in the house without a good reason. Any change in your dog’s behavior or habits is an essential piece of information. What are your dog’s urinary accidents telling you? Zaida is a perfectly well house-trained girl. When her parents found urine puddles in the kitchen, they were puzzled. They were trying to figure it…

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Urinary Incontinence in Dogs: Living with an Incontinent Dog

Urinary Incontinence in Dogs: Living with an Incontinent Dog

Urinary incontinence is a common problem in spayed female dogs. The working theory was that Cookie’s intermittent leaks are estrogen-responsive incontinence because she was spayed extremely young. On the off chance, that there is a neurological component, we also keep up with chiropractic adjustments which Cookie would need anyway because of her old pelvic injury and having one hind leg…

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Urinary Incontinence in a Dog: Cookie’s Mysterious Leaks

Urinary incontinence is the involuntary voiding of urine. It is primarily a common problem in spayed female dogs as they age. It isn’t, however, always directly related by spay. Don’t fail to identify the actual cause. Other potential causes behind urinary incontinence in dogs include: an ectopic ureter urinary tract infections urinary stones neurological problems kidney disease other diseases that…

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