Comments on Excessive Urination in Dogs

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yvonne   corryton, Tennessee

5/20/2013 6:03:11 AM

my female just had large litter & now is peeing in house large amounts . any opinions?

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fran   dunnellon, Florida

3/25/2013 10:40:25 AM

I have a 10 yr old female mini dachshund who drinks a lot and urinates often. She goes out pees and comes in and pees in her crate. I a at my wits end...Any ideas?

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edwardr   Wis Rapids, WI

12/16/2012 10:40:15 AM

My dog Raggedy Ann was peeing excessive I took her in to my vet and she was diagnosed with cushings disease. She is now on lysodren and her excessive peeing and water drinking has slowed way down.

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Martha   jersey city, NJ

3/5/2012 8:54:50 PM

my dog is 13 yrs old and the day its been kinda peeing on its self and she an old dog and i never seen her do that no ive put a daper to help if any 1 has an advice please help me

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vicki   Portland, Aus, AL

12/18/2011 4:36:57 AM

my 6 month old Jack Russell male pup wees on the floor of the house, on human members of our family and wees when he walks leaving puddles everywhere, he is mainly indoors but spends alot of time outside as well,he has a wee box inside and uses it alot, he will be neauted in Jan 2012. Does anyone know why he does this?

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teresa   cabot, AR

10/11/2011 8:09:52 AM

my pit bull is drinking an exessive amout of water had her checked for diabetes can it be her liver

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Tyler   Mount Gilead, OH

9/26/2011 4:09:39 PM

My dog has steroids for allergies which affected her kidneys so she urinates excessively we were given a bladder control pill recently but seems to be not working. What can me next step be?

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erika   marcus hook, PA

4/23/2011 6:31:13 AM

my black lab started drinking water excesively and urinating alot. what to do about it????

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nikki   blaine, MN

2/28/2011 3:59:55 PM

just start peeing in house alot in the last 2weeks

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Janet   Bethlehem, PA

10/6/2010 5:10:44 AM

good article, thank you

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maggie   Carthage, IN

11/18/2009 3:54:07 PM

In response to Sydney in Chandler, the vet doesn't know why the dog is experiencing excessive urination. Thought maybe this would give us some ideas as to where to go next. It's a rescued dog - if we can't fix it, she won't be adoptable.

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sk   nh, CT

10/29/2009 8:27:19 PM

thanks

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jennifer   St. Charles, IL

7/23/2009 1:17:04 PM

Thanks for all the info on what could possibly cause excessive urination......it would have taken my weeks to get all this info. Its nice to click a mouse and have tons of information avaiable at your finger tips. And anyone stupid enough to think that people would use this info as vet care or treatment, really need to find something else to complain
about....really!!
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Sydney   Chandler, AZ

7/21/2009 8:54:28 PM

Even if this website did tell you the treatments for each of the possible causes of polyuria you would not be able to diagnose or treat the pathology on your own. Unless you have a pharmacy and/or surgical suite at your disposal you will need to go to the vet regardless of what the internet can tell you. There is no "home remedy" for an endocrine disorder or tumor. Come on people just use a little common sense, go to the vet.

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Nancy   Sausalito, CA

7/19/2009 2:32:36 PM

The others who have written negative comments obviously don't understand the function you perform. You are not vets, you are not in the business of giving advice. You are simply telling readers what could be the causes of the problem and then you advise them to see a vet, which is the correct advice. Thank you for the information.

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Shannon   Atlanta, GA

5/6/2009 7:59:02 AM

Don't you people understand liability? The website and article author are not going to tell you one course of action (or for that matter, multiple courses of action) which you may or may not take and then if something more serious happens and your pet has more complications after taking the author's advice...how upset will you be? Any emergency clinic or trainer or vet will always, always, always tell you to bring the pet in. No advice is even given over the phone w/o seeing the pet -- much less over the Internet. You rely on the Internet for too much and every situation will clearly be different -

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chantelle   copperton, UT

5/5/2009 8:38:49 PM

the person who wrote this is not a vet and should not be giving vet advice fork up the money and take your pets to the vet!!!!!!! you care enough to get info from the net care enough to treat the problem!!!!!!!!!!!

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Tracee   Indio, CA

4/14/2009 5:53:37 PM

Both of them are right WE WANT TO KNOW WHAT TO DO WITH OUR DOG'S PROBLEM,not just know some causes.

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John Kozy   Mesquite, TX

4/9/2009 11:57:43 AM

The person who wrote this article doesn't know how to write. It only tells people what various causes of the problem are, not what to do about it, and that is what people want to know when they search for information. They really don't care what the cause is. A writer who doesn't understand what his readers want to know is no writer at all.

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karen   Jermyn, PA

12/15/2008 4:30:23 PM

Not enough informartion. what might be the cure to these things?

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