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A lab analysis of a dog's urine is all it takes.
Your dog has been urinating considerably more frequently than usual and also appears to be straining to go. You take her to the vet, who finds bacteria in her urine, very reasonably diagnoses a urinary tract infection, and prescribes a course of antibiotics to kill the unwanted pathogens. His solution seems to have worked. Her symptoms abate and all is well for a few weeks.