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Incontinence / overactive bladder?


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We have an ageing Rhodesian ridgeback bitch (14yrs) who keeps urinating in the house. She does not appear to be incontinent as it is not involuntary when she goes.. Plus we have tried incontinence treatment such as propalin which has made no difference. The problem appears to be that she can't hold her bladder like she used to. We have had blood tests and she is free of infection. Kidney and liver function is fine and it's not diabetes. She is not drinking excessive amounts so we are stumped. The problem means we can't go through the night without an accident in the house. Any ideas? We will try anything, natural remedies included, to try and avoid getting up every night at 3am, as this is the only thing which works. Many thanks forum friends!! X

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