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Old 21-04-2011, 06:36 AM
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Re: White substance in pee

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Thats very similar to what my vet said.. But I always wonder cause he can be asleep and wake up then start hiccuping.. When he was tiny it was all the time.. Vet just said he was greedy.. which he is.

Is it not froth on the wee you are seeing?
Kilo still gets hiccups a lot as he wakes up...seems less drastic now than when he was little and his whole body used to jump (not that it bothered him!!).

He was hiccuping when we collected him from the breeder and hiccuped about 5 or 6 times a day until about 14 weeks old; now only does it once a day or not at all.
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Old 21-04-2011, 01:34 PM
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Re: White substance in pee

Just wondering due to lack of reply regarding white substance in pee that is not a common occurence and maybe i should be slightly worried .Looks like i will be pee collecting and taking sample for testing .
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Just wondering due to lack of reply regarding white substance in pee that is not a common occurence and maybe i should be slightly worried .Looks like i will be pee collecting and taking sample for testing .
Is it every pee or just his 1st one of the day
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Old 21-04-2011, 01:49 PM
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Re: White substance in pee

not every pee - most seem normal but not great amounts other times he does a fair amount some days no white substance and some days it happens in one pee that day .Over a month probably 12 pee's have had this white yoghurt like substance within the pee would at worst cover 2 50p coins
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Is it only me that is thinking it might be 'Eh Erm'...you know....boy stuff....
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Is it only me that is thinking it might be 'Eh Erm'...you know....boy stuff....
lol It did cross my mind not sure what age they start producing that. I would get a sample checked just incase
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I would get a sample checked just incase he has a uti get the 1st one of the day though its more pungent
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Old 21-04-2011, 04:44 PM
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Re: White substance in pee

Did think of the semen possibility but being a very young pup dismissed the thought ,He did start humping everything that moves a couple of weeks ago and that did take me back to what the substance could be .It just does not seem probable a pup between 8 and 10 weeks producing such substance.
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I had a bit of a read up on this and according to Google male dogs produce sperm as soon as their testicles are descended. Never having had a male I don't know when that is though.
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