What are the treatments for spay incontinence?

Answer Incontinence refers to a dog's inability to control her bladder. Spay incontinence may occur in a female dog after being spayed. In fact, 20 percent of female dogs suffer from spay incontinence aft... Read More »

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What is spay incontinence?

Spay incontinence is a condition experienced by female dogs after they have been spayed, a procedure that renders them unable to have puppies. This condition can be very frustrating for pet owners.... Read More »

What are the treatments for male incontinence?

Male incontinence is the accidental release of urine in a man. Male incontinence is not a disease but rather an indication of a problem with a man's urinary tract. Male incontinence occurs more of... Read More »

What are the treatments for giggle incontinence?

Giggle or stress incontinence is a medical condition that causes the involuntary leaking of urine when laughing, sneezing or coughing. Approximately 15 million American women suffer from giggle inc... Read More »

Canine Incontinence & PPA Treatments?

It happens all too often. Older dogs begin having "accidents" in the house. Wet spots might appear on the floor and rugs where they've been lying. Letting them out more frequently, crating, scol... Read More »