I know that one of the symptoms is that the dog is often unable to control when and where it urinates. Sometimes they'll leave a lot of little puddles around the house. Also if it's severe I think that there can sometimes be blood in the urine. * ALONG WITH THE FREQUENT URINATING AND PRESENTS OF BLOOD THERE CAN ALSO BE SOME SWELLING IN THE LOWER ABDOMEN RIGHT AROUND WHERE THE BLADDER IS LOCATED AND AN UNUSUALLY STRONG SMELL OF AMMONIA AT TIME OF URINATION.. PLEASE GET YOUR PET TO THE VET ASAP, BLADDER INFECTIONS WHEN LEFT UNTREATED CAN LEAD TO POTENTIONALLY SERIOUS AND SOMETIMES FATAL SECONDARY INFECTIONS... Kechara
Any dog can get a bladder infection, although it is more common in female dogs.
If it's a male dog, it could indicate a prostate infection. This could also be a sign of a bladder infection - male or female. If this doesn't clear up in a day or so, you really need to take it to the vet.
Female dogs do not spray. If your female dog is marking like a male dog, it may have a urinary tract or bladder infection. A spraying female dog should be examined by a veterinarian.
Your veterinarian will place the dog on antibiotics for about 10 days
They can have a bladder infection, but if your dog ever urinates blood go to the vet immediantly
no it's probably just a bladder infection
A dog that is leaking urine may be experiencing a bladder infection. Damage or loss of control to muscles controlling the bladder can also cause this issue.
it may have an infection in the bladder. or your not taking your dog out in of. atleast 3xs a dat. and if you do take your dig to a doctor and see if your dig has an infection before its to late
It might have a bladder infection.
Possibly a bladder infection, but it is best to have a veterinarian take a look before it gets really serious.
you may not take her out enough or it could be a bladder infection so you may need to see a vet it might be because of old age It is very important you take your dog in to be checked out by your Veterinarian. It could be a bladder infection or that she is losing control of her bladder as she is getting older. There are medications to help with the incontinence.
You shuold bring you dog to a vet. He could be in a pain, possibly due to soupy water or a bladder infection
Bladder infections in dogs are a primary sign of canine diabetes--and you should thus consult a veterinarian. There is no natural miracle cure that will make your dog better. You can try to let the infection run its course...if you don't care that your dog may die.
You really can't. If it's a male dog, chances are it's NOT fully emptying its bladder at any time, as they hold some "in reserve" to mark territory.
It's possible the dog has a bladder or urinary tract infection. Please take the dog to a vet.
possibly a bladder infection, but your veterinarian should do a culture on the discharge
If your dog is urinating a lot it could have a bladder infection or a urinary track infection and should be taken to your veterinarian. Or, the dog may be drinking a lot of water if it is hot which would also cause it to urinate a lot.
Take it to a vet because it has an infection...
If you mean leak urine, then nervousness, being excited, or poor bladder control could be the issue, or possible a urinary tract infection. If the dog is not spayed, the she could be in heat, which is a time or ovulation in which a dog could become pregnant, and she should be kept away from male dogs.
um did your dog have a cut? or something? he can get an infection umm well its many things your dog can have a bladder problem. is it only? blood? or what? if you can take him to the vet
Before you jump to conclusions, first make sure that the dog is indeed suffering from incontinence. Most incontinence is caused by: * A urinary tract infection (usually a bladder infection) * A weak bladder sphincter (common in aging female dogs) * Excessive water consumption * Spinal cord disease
well maybe it has some kind of bladder infection or something or maybe something happened that could have punctured the bladder. I just suggest you go to the doctor.
That probably means it has a bladder infection or something, it's not natural anyway. Take your dog to the vet, they'll be able to fix that up.