Question by  KyWaterproofer (31)

What are the symptoms of a UTI in dogs?


Answer by  Katie54 (7)

Dogs with UTI often urinate more or less often than they previously have, as well as whimper while urinating. Oftentimes, dogs show no symptoms of UTI.


Answer by  Spud1970 (56)

Some dogs will experience pain with a UTI and will yelp or whimper while urinating. Other signs that your dog may have a UTI is possible weight loss, vomiting and anorexia. Be advised that not all UTI's in dogs will show symptoms. It's always best to consult your dog's vet.


Answer by  Jennifer76 (128)

The most common symptom of a urinary tract infection in dogs is frequent urination or inappropriate urination (wetting in the house when otherwise properly housetrained). A simple urinalysis can diagnose an infection and antibiotics are usually curative.


Answer by  prissymissy (1895)

If you suspect a UTI in your dog it is very important that you take the dog to the vet. Symptoms can include frequent urination or the dog hesitating to urinate.


Answer by  cowohhh (569)

Likely UTI symptoms in dogs would include: frequent urination (or less urination, stopping all together), weight loss, vomiting, dehydration, foul odor or blood in urine.


Answer by  tan (22)

The best way to detect a UTI in dogs is to know your dog's behavior. Obvious signs like blood indicate a problem, but changes in behavior signal a problem also.

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