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Old 01-20-2013, 07:56 PM   #1 (permalink)
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My 2 years toy poodle been peeing blood!!
She urinate very often, its always very little and very slow for her to finish.
Anyone encounter this issue before?


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Could be as simple as a raging Urinary Tract Infection (UTI). If you have experianced this yourself, you will recognize how painful it can be. I would get her to a vet ASAP. A UTI is easly correctable, but not as home at this stage.
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I vote for vet ASAP too. Please let us know how she is.
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Peeing blood. Peeing very often in small amount. Signs of bladder stones. There is probably blockage. How long has she been showing these signs? If this is a male dog, it's an EMERGENCY. Having stone blockage and not being able to urinate is a LIFE THREATENING EMERGENCY for male dogs. For female dog, if she doesn't cry, you can probably wait till the next morning but it does require medical attention.

Your dog needs medical attention.

I had a male dog that suffered from bladder stones so I know this too well.

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I agree with Schnauzerpoodle....sounds like bladder or kidneys get to Vet ASAP!
Good wishes being sent your way, hope all turns out well. Let us know!
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My 2 years toy poodle been peeing blood!!
She urinate very often, its always very little and very slow for her to finish.
Anyone encounter this issue before?
Sounds like a bladder infection, which can be very painfull... Please take her to a vet...
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My 4 month old male toy has been peeing blood. Can it be UTI or stones?


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Lila did that and it was bladder infection. Need to get to the vet ASAP. Very painful for them.


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If your poodle is peeing blood, an immediate vet visit is warrented. Please let us know how your pups are doing.
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Any time there's blood in the pee or red blood in the poop, immediate medical care is needed.
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