Bad Dog Behavior

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There are medications that cause a dog to drink more and thus produce such a copious volume of urine that your dog can’t wait as long between outdoor breaks or leaks while relaxed. Consult his veterinarian initial to see if the increased thirst or urination is the side effects when wetting accidents occur shortly after a puppy starts a new medicine.
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Medications should never be stopped abruptly because some medications can produce severe withdrawal effects.
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</p><p><b>Written below is a list of the most frequent side effects that dogs can encounter.</b></p><p>Phenobarbital – the most widely used antiseizure in veterinary medicine which the side effects may be permanent or temporary.Thyroid supplements – a dog may experience increased thirst and urination, gastrointestinal upset, weight loss, restlessness, or hyperactivity.And lastly, medications that contain cortisone. It has the capacity to increased the thirst and frequency of urination of dogs.</p><p><b>Diarrhea</b></p><p> Inflammatory bowel disease – Black diarrhea (due to digested blood) caused by an immune disorder of the gastrointestinal tract. Dogs suffer weight loss, vomiting, and poor appetite.</p><p><b>Viral </b>– Infections include parvo and corona viruses. These may result in profuse, extremely watery diarrhea and relentless vomiting, both of which lead to severe dehydration. They debilitate and kill dogs with inadequate vaccinations.</p><p><b>Parasites</b> – contact with an infested area can easily occur. Some parasites require water to survive.</p><p><b>Bacterial</b> – These include clostridium, E. coli, salmonella, and campylobacter. Diarrhea is manifested with increased amounts and frequency, with mucous or blood sometimes present in stools. </p><p><b>Abnormal Volumes of Urine, Leaking, and Dribbling</b></p><p>          <li>Endocrine disorders</li></p><p><li>Canine cognitive dysfunction (or the “doggie Alzheimer’s)</li></p><p><li>Idiopathic epilepsy (seizures from unknown causes)</li></p><p><li>Metabolic diseases</li></p><p><li>Ectopic ureters (abnormality of the ureteral duct mostly seen in young dogs)</li></p><p><li>Fecal accidents</li></p><p><li>High-fiber diets</li></p><p><li>Arthritis</li></p><p><li>The cause can be neurological like tumors and other canine degenerative diseases.</li></p><p>           You ought to be aware of your dog’s condition due to the fact it’s truly needed that we investigate other underlying result in of these housetraining problems. Treatment and prognosis depend, of course, upon the cause of inappropriate elimination and how severely affected your dog is. Sometimes, discovering and addressing the trigger is pretty easy and straightforward; other times, it can be challenging and take awhile.</p>

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