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Dog Urinary Incontinence

…ages, incontinence is subject to become an issue. Urinary incontinence rarely occurs in young dogs. There have also been instances where male dogs developed incontinence due to prostate problems. It is rare to see this condition caused by a hereditary or congenital abnormality. In some older dogs the cause may be attributed to polyps or tumors within the bladder. Also, any injury to the nerves going to the bladder can cause incontinence to…

Dog Prostate Cancer

…pet suffering from symptoms such as blood in the urine, incontinence, , , or unusual tiredness? If so, your dog might have prostate cancer. The symptoms of dog prostate cancer are fairly general. and , this is also another sign of prostate cancer. Once prostate cancer starts, it becomes more difficult for the dog to control their bladder and they often have problems with incontinence. If your dog is house trained, then this is usually the first…

Cat Prostate Cancer

…control their urination and seems to be urinating all over the place, this is another sign of prostate cancer. Once prostate cancer starts, it becomes more difficult for the cat to control their bladder and they often have problems with incontinence. This will be easy to notice, especially if you have trained your cat to use a litter box and now your cat is relieving themselves on your carpet.Diagnosis In order to verify whether or not your cat…

Cat Broken Tails

…proper function of the urinary bladder, large intestine, and anal sphincter. Since external injury may not be immediately apparent, the malfunction of these organs as a result of nerve damage can be the first sign of a broken tail.Symptoms and Diagnosis Some signs of a broken tail include: tail dragging, inability to hold the tail high, dribbling of urine, dilated anal sphincter with possible fecal incontinence, and decreased motor function or…

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