Question by  pansy (421)

My Jack Russell Terrier has a urinary track infection, what should I do?


Answer by  Priya12 (218)

You need to consult a doctor. Probably they might priscribe some antibiotics, see if your dog can take antibiotics or go for homeopathic treatment and give her lot of juice.


Answer by  Moz (47)

Take your Jack Russell Terrier to the vet for an examination. If a urinary tract infection is diagnosed the vet will likely prescribe your dog with antibiotics to help clear up the infection. If the problem reoccurs there may be an underlying problem. Rule out the possibilities of bladder stones, crystals or bacteria.


Answer by  Isidro (624)

Try taking the dog to the vet to give you a good indication on what caused it or could of cause it. Just try giving some water.


Answer by  heather88 (1897)

Take the dog to the vet, the vet is the only one that can help the dog. You need to have it taken care of. The vet will give the dog the meds it needto get better. Don't wait to long though, it needs to go to the vet to have it taken care of.

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