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Old 06-13-2014, 01:50 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I just let him outside 30 min ago he peed for a minute I timed it. Just let him out again and peed another minute. I recently switched his food can this have anything to do with it?


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Might want to check him for a UTI.
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Will bring him vet Monday. How do males get it? Anything I can give til then? I doubt switching food caused it


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i dont understand...you let him outside and he peed for a minute and then again after 30 minutes and he peed for another minute?

if so how much water is he drinking.

My pup is 5 months old as of yesterday and he goes out once every 1-1.5 hours and he pees for like 30 seconds straight and he is good for another 1-1.5 hours.
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Will bring him vet Monday. How do males get it? Anything I can give til then? I doubt switching food caused it


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I found a few links for you. See below. I am not a vet but I have heard that cranberry juice (or extract, not sure which is better) is good for a UTI (same as in humans).

Recurring UTIs

How did my dog get a urinary tract infection? | Frontier Veterinary Hospital - Hillsboro, OR Veterinarian & Pet Clinic for Dogs & Cats

Dog Urinary Tract Infections and Problems
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i dont understand...you let him outside and he peed for a minute and then again after 30 minutes and he peed for another minute?



if so how much water is he drinking.



My pup is 5 months old as of yesterday and he goes out once every 1-1.5 hours and he pees for like 30 seconds straight and he is good for another 1-1.5 hours.

He went out peed a minute. I went outside again he followed and peed again. He usually only goes a few times a day


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Thanks I have heard of cranberry juice or capsules. Going to vet Monday they said prob uti


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