causes of dog yellow dog urine

Asked by Member 566091 on Feb 3rd 2008 in Health & Wellness
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Dogs are just like people. The more they drink the lighter their pee, the less they drink the darker their pee. I would suggest purchasing a "Never Ending Water Bowl" It looks similar to the Blue Water jugs people use instead of drinking from the tap. They typically retail for about $15.00CAD. Dark yellow pee is high is Acidity and will also kill the grass in your yard. Always have fresh water out for your dog and this will eliminate the problem.

Member 566089 answered on 2/3/08. Helpful? Yes/Helpful: No 0 Report this answer


Dog urine is normally yellow, just like peoples' urine is normally yellow.

How dark or light yellow it is depends, like the poster before me said, how well hydrated your dog is (or isn't). When they're well hydrated, the urine will be a very light yellow, almost clear, and without strong smell. When they're getting dehydrated, the urine will be darker and smell more strongly.

Health issues, feeding, and supplementing can also affect your dog's urine.

Abby answered on 2/4/08. Helpful? Yes/Helpful: No 0 Report this answer