Changes in urination habits may indicate illness in dogs

Veterinarian Julia Lewis points out that older dogs that develop unusual urination habits, such as urinating in bed, could have a medical condition and an exam and bloodwork done by a veterinarian will shed light on the cause of the problem. Dr. Lewis notes that if there is no physical reason for the change in urination patterns, cognitive dysfunction may be the problem and a veterinarian can help formulate treatment options.

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