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Urinary: Signs and Symptoms

A dog urinary tract infection (UTI) is the term
used to describe an infection in any part of the urinary tract. The
most common cause is bacteria that enters the body through the open
where urine passes out of the body. It is possible that bacteria gets
passed from the kidney's, but this is rare.

When the body gets an infection, in causes inflammation in the areas where it has taken hold. I this case it includes the:

Infection can be caused by both bacteria and fungus.

Diagnosis and Examination Associated with Dog Urinary Tract Infection

When the body is working properly, it is likely that a urinary tract infection in dog will not take hold. Your veterinarian will examine the following areas to check to see if malfunction in any one is a possible cause of the problem:


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