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Q. My dog Max has started to urinate in the house excessively, he came from a shelter and I've had him for two years, he was making great progress.

A. The first cause for a dog or a cat increasing the times they urinate is Urinary infection. Check that is not drinking in excess because some diseases like Diabetes, Cushing Syndrome, Kidney/Liver problems etc can cause Polidipsia (Drinking more) and secondary to that Poliuria (Urinating more than usual). GO to your vets for a proper check up.

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MARINA FERNáNDEZ

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