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Causes of UTI in Canines - Possible Primary and Secondary Causes

22nd November 2011
UTI is short for urinary tract infection. UTI in canines is the number reason for veterinarian visits for dog owners. The causes of UTI in canines are generally one of a number of different types of bacteria. The list of odd sounding, difficult to pronoun... Read >
Author: Rob Hawkinis

Blood in Urine During Pregnancy

20th May 2010
Blood presence in urine at the time of pregnancy which is known as hematuria, is a sign of severe health problems. This problem occurs due to unusual intensity of red blood cells in urine. This problem could be a sign of bladder stones, urinary tact or ki... Read >
Author: Orlagh Ryan

What Causes Incontinence in Dogs and What Can I Do About it?

08th January 2010
Incontinence in dogs is usually associated with old age but it can happen to dogs of any age. Older dogs have it when their urinary sphincter becomes weak and they cannot hold their urine in. Younger dogs can get it due to birth defects. Urinary incon... Read >
Author: Jeff Grill

Cat Incontinence - 5 Things to Do When You Notice Your Cat Dribbling Urine

08th January 2010
Cat incontinence is unpleasant to say the least. You may find that your house starts smelling like a litter box because your cat can't seem to control his urine flow. Incontinence in cats can be solved however. It has many underlying causes including:... Read >
Author: Jeff Grill

A Canine Thickened Bladder Wall Does Not Have to Alter Your Pet's Life

08th January 2010
If your normally happy-go-lucky dog falls prey to a bladder infection, it can be an ugly scene. You might even see blood in its urine. Unfortunately, bladder problems in pets are becoming all too common. A canine thickened bladder wall can be a debilitati... Read >
Author: Jeff Grill

Clear Treatments For Crystals in Dog's Urine

07th January 2010
In many cases, a common term for crystals in urine of a dog is bladder stones. Veterinarians might also refer to these crystals as urinary calculi and the condition which brings this on goes by the name of urolithiasis. A dog's entire urinary tract is ... Read >
Author: Jeff Grill

Help Clear Crystals in Dog's Urine

07th January 2010
If an owner notices that his or her dog has blood in its urine, there is an excellent chance that the dog has crystals in urine or is suffering from bladder stones. A veterinarian might also refer to these crystals as urinary calculi and the condition whi... Read >
Author: Jeff Grill

Dog Bladder Crystals - Answers to the Most Frequently Asked Questions

07th January 2010
What are dog bladder crystals? At the risk of stating the obvious, I have to say that they are nothing but stones in your dog's bladder. They are also referred to as uroliths. What causes the formation of a dog bladder crystal? There are a numbe... Read >
Author: Jeff Grill

Treatment for Prostate Enlargement

23rd December 2009
Prostate gland enlargement is a general condition as men get older and also called as benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) and prostatic hypertrophy; prostate gland enlargement can cause bothersome urinary symptoms. Prostate gland enlargement can obstruct t... Read >
Author: herbalcure30

Cat Urinary Tract Blockage - A Survival Guide

02nd March 2009
As a cat owner you must recognize the signs of a cat urinary tract blockage such as your cat straining to urinate, bloody urine or your cat not urinating. If your cat is a male, he is at risk for the very life-threatening complications of a cat urinary tr... Read >
Author: Kate Rieger

The Truth About Cat Stress and Idiopathic Cystitis In Cats

22nd January 2009
Are you frustrated with constant bouts of cystitis in cats in your feline companion? Has your vet diagnosed him with idiopathic cystitis in cats? Have you wondered if cat stress has something to do with the recurring episodes of FLUTD? Read on for answers... Read >
Author: Darlene Norris

Has Your Cat Been Diagnosed With Feline Idiopathic Cystitis?

22nd January 2009
If your furball has been diagnosed with idiopathic cystitis in cats, you probably have a lot of questions. Read on to learn more about this condition, and how you can help your cat with natural remedies for pets. What Is Feline Idiopathic Cystitis? ... Read >
Author: Darlene Norris

What Every Dog Owner Should Know About Canine Cystitis

08th January 2009
You may already know that bladder infections in dogs are a very common problem. But quite a few dog owners have questions about canine urinary tract infections. Here are answers to your questions. What Is Canine Cystitis? It's a bladder inflammation... Read >
Author: Darlene Norris

Natural Remedies for Canine Urinary Tract Infections (UTI)

27th November 2008
UTI or urinary tract infection is very common both in humans and in dogs. The symptoms of this disease in your pets are very much the same as it is in you. More often than not, this disease is caused by bacteria such as the E. coli. If left untreated, UTI... Read >
Author: CristianStan
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