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Diagnosing And Treating Urinary Incontinence In Dogs

Before you jump to conclusions, first make sure that the dog is indeed suffering from incontinence. A dog who is frightened or feels threatened may urinate. This is called submissive urination and it mainly affects young dogs. It is normally something they outgrow. A male dog that is not neutered will mark his territory, or a dog may simply need more housetraining.

Sometimes age does play a part in an older dog who may be suffering from canine cognitive dysfunction and simply forgets his housetraining. If all of these causes are ruled out, your dog will likely be diagnosed with urinary incontinence.

The first thing your veterinarian will do is perform a urinalysis and urine culture. The urinalysis finds certain cell types and biochemical elements in the dog’s urine, while the culture grows the bacteria in the urine for identification purposes and to test different antibiotics to see which one would be most effective in fighting that particular strain.

Most incontinence is caused by :

How do I regain a healthy bladder afters its been stretched for years?

As a child I had trouble controlling my bladder to "go" when I was supposed a.k.a. to my family and schools preferred scedules and lifestyles. As a result to comply I forced myself to hold off unrination for several hours sometimes a day, this


After a while of you going when you have to, it should shrink back to its original size before being stretched. Just dont hold it in. (10 points???)


Do kengal (sp?) excersizes. Contract and hold your vaginal muscles.

Is There A Natural Treatment for Incontinence?

My mother is having problem in bladder control. She is not very old. Yet this situation is causing her a lot of stress and inconvenience.I am not for stuffing her with any strong medicines. Yet I wish there was natural treatment to solve her problem.


I can very well understand the situation.Incontinence is really a stressful condition. But it can be treated naturally.Your mother can try doing kegel exercises. It does really strengthen the pelvic muscles and help in more control over the bladder.


interesting question

I know kegels and rebounding on a mini trampoline is supposed to help

I think you will find a good bit of help at these links



http://www.herballegacy.com/search.php?z oom_query=incontinence


I'll add to janie's great answer..to test for vitamin B12 deficiency. One of the symptoms is loss of bladder control. The most accurate test is an methylmalonic acid test but a B12 serum test should be ordered as well. Can't hurt to check.