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weeing whilst a sleep

Category: general | Submitted: 13 April 2007 09:32AM | viewed 4461 times
Q Teresa asks:

Last two nights Willow has wet her bed. This has only happened twice before, once as a pup and last summer. Its always when the weather is warm, hence drinks more? Is this anything to worry about? Other than that she is totally fine in herself.

Q Our vet says: It may be that her bladder is a little bit leaky and she can't hang on too well- this is quite a common thing in bitches and can be treated if it is a big problem. You should get her checked at your vet to make sure that it is this and not an infection, such as cystitis, or any other serious problem; take along a urine sample if you can.

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