Q. My 14 year old Poodle can't hold his kidneys is there anything or meds that will help?

A. If your dog is a female then it is likely that she cannot hold urine because of hormones deficiency. This condition can be treated with tablets containing female hormones.
If you have a male dog his condition may be more complicated and challenging to treat (sphincter muscles weakness, bladder pathology).
It is also important to make sure that your dog's problem is not due to excessive thirst and excessive urine production as a result.
I would advise you to take your dog to your vets for examination and to get treatment if possible. If you take a fresh urine sample with you for analysis that would be very helpful .

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