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 Urinary Diseases in Dogs?

Answer Many dogs will contract a urinary problem at some time in their lives. Urinary disease is different from kidney disease in that it involves the lower urinary tract, not the kidneys. The lower urina... Read More »
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What are diseases affecting the urinary system?

The urinary system filters and removes waste from the body. Several organs comprise the urinary system, including the kidneys, ureters (tubes connecting the kidneys to the bladder), bladder and ure... Read More »
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How do dogs get urinary tract infections?

Dog urinary tract infections (UTI), which according to VeterinaryPartner include bladder infections, are common and caused by a variety of factors.UrethraBacteria traveling from the outside up the ... Read More »
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What are the causes of urinary tract infections in dogs?

The canine urinary tract includes the urethra, the bladder, the ureters and the kidneys. In most cases, dogs suffer from an infection that affects the bladder, but any portion of the urinary tract ... Read More »
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Urinary Tract Tumors in Dogs?

Urinary tract tumors most commonly affect Shetland sheepdogs, beagles, collies and Scottish terriers. In addition, they are more common among male dogs. Urinary bladder tumors occur in about 0.5 pe... Read More »
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