Urinary Incontinence in Female Versus Male Dogs

Different shapes, similar solutions (sometimes).

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Urinary incontinence is relatively common in female dogs. Sometimes it’s about a hereditary, deep skin fold in the vulva. The problem can be treated with a relatively simple surgery. Another common cause of urinary incontinence is the loss of the hormone estrogen when a dog is spayed. The lower the estrogen level, the lower the […]
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