Dog's incontinence could be due to underlying disease

10/4/2011 | Modesto Bee (Calif.), The

When a dog urinates more frequently or in abnormal and inappropriate locations, the behavior could be symptomatic of an underlying disease, writes veterinarian Jeff Kahler. Hormone-based diseases, bacterial infection or kidney disease could be to blame, or an aging dog could be suffering from primary urinary incontinence, and a visit to the veterinarian can determine the cause of the issue.

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