Urinary Disorders , Kidney/Renal Disease
Chronic Renal Failure [offsite link]
Chronic renal failure is the most common kidney problem in dogs and cats. Early signs include weight loss, poor coat condition, dehydration, and lethargy. Though it is a condition that worsens with time, special care and treatment can help keep your pet feeling good.
Kidney/ Renal Disease [offsite link]
Familial and congenital renal diseases are seen in more than thirty breeds of dogs. Read a brief overview and get information about the symptoms, diagnosis, treatment and management of renal disease.
The Causes of Urinary Incontinence [offsite link]
Urinary incontinence is involuntary or uncontrollable leaking of urine from the bladder. Small quantities of urine will leak from the urethra while an incontinent dog is resting or sleeping. Treatment for incontinence is usually not difficult. Read more...
Urinary Incontinence [offsite link]
Urinary incontinence is involuntary or uncontrollable leaking of urine from the bladder. Small quantities of urine will leak from the urethra while an incontinent dog is resting or sleeping.
Urinary Incontinence in Dogs [offsite link]
The causes of true incontinence can include a bladder infection, urethral or spay incontinence - a loss of control in neutered male and female dogs, commonly seen in older pets, nerve damage, and anatomic abnormalities. Read more....
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