Identifying and treating urinary incontinence in dogs

01/9/2012 | Arizona Daily Sun (Flagstaff), The

Spayed female dogs who "leak" urine when they are resting likely have urinary incontinence, a problem resulting from lack of estrogen, writes veterinarian Julliane Miller. Also in this article, Dr. Miller discusses the importance of annual wellness exams and vaccinations for indoor-only cats. Valley Fever, a fungal disease, is discussed as well.

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