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Q. My dog is urinating a lot but she could be laying down and she urine come out . is this urinating tract infection

A. Female Dogs that dribble urine especially while they are sleeping usually have urinary incontinence. This is when the muscle that holds the urine in the bladder becomes weak and therefore leaks. There is medication you can get from your veterinarian after your pet has had an examination and testing to rule out any underlying diseases like a urinary tract infection which occasionally will cause this problem.

Answered By
DR. EVE PUGH, DVM, CVA

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