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Discussion in 'Dog Health and Nutrition' started by Burrowzig, Jul 21, 2020.


  1. Burrowzig

    Burrowzig PetForums VIP

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    There's been a few times recently where Kite has got up suddenly and there's been a wet patch, and some drips. I don't think it's a UTI - she goes all night without wetting her bed (or mine, where she spends some of the night), it's just when getting up in a hurry, and she doesn't need to go for a pee any more frequently than normal.
    I know about propalin, which is prescription only so would mean a vet visit and getting a sample from her - tricky!.
    Does anyone have any recommendations for other products, ideally one I could get online without prescription? Some of the side effects of propalin look potentially worrying, too.
    CSJ Hold it looks worth a try.
     
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  2. wee man

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    We have a girl who drips and causes small wet patches about 1 month before her season is due. We have a homeopathic remedy that we use to stop it which seems to work, (prescribed by our vet).

    This started back in 2016. Our vet first suggested breeding from her, which we tried, this did not help.
    The next suggestion was the homeopathic treatment "Sabina" 30c
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    I dont see why you need to get a sample except to eliminate a UTI. Nothing shows up is it just leaking. Candy has been on propalin about 10 years, no side effects. It is not hard to get a sample if you want to.
     
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    Kenzie was diagnosed as incontinent about a year ago. She’s on a low dose of incurin and it works amazingly well. No need for a urine sample, I just explained to the vet.
     
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