A. It is possible the inflammation and infection has irritated the lining. Blockage is possible and he should be reassessed as soon as possible. If he strains and fails to urinate this is a medical emergency as he is unable to excrete salts and toxins as he should and this can have life threatening complications
A. That is a pretty hefty protocol for a simple bladder infection. Additionally baytril is not a good drug choice in young animals. I would stop all treatment and contact your veterinarian to run a chemistry panel to evaluate all organ function. I would be most concerned about the kidneys
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