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    Incontinence

    Is there anything that can be done? Sinbad's getting on a bit now and he's started "dribbling" in his sleep. Tenna-Pooch?
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    Generally yes. If you go to the vets try to take a urine sample just to rule out any signs of a urinary tract infection. The vet may want to take some bloods to rule out a kidney infection or something like diabetes causing the dog to produce more urine.

    Any changes in drinking habits?

    Once the 'nasties' are ruled out there are some products designed for use in bitches that can sometimes help male dogs (off licence).

    Absolutely worth a trip to the vets - remember to take the piss..........

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    Quote Originally Posted by Apache View Post
    Generally yes. If you go to the vets try to take a urine sample just to rule out any signs of a urinary tract infection. The vet may want to take some bloods to rule out a kidney infection or something like diabetes causing the dog to produce more urine.

    Any changes in drinking habits?

    Once the 'nasties' are ruled out there are some products designed for use in bitches that can sometimes help male dogs (off licence).

    Absolutely worth a trip to the vets - remember to take the piss..........
    Generally,it's the vets that take the piss££££

    We are lucky on SD,Apache helps and gives his time and advise,then generally gets the piss taken out of his good self.....good advice as always

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    And when taking the piss - a clean container, with a sample less than a bout an hour old. Nearly treated a dog for diabetes in my younger days until a nurse noticed the reminds of the jam still on the jar!

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