My dog has been peeing blood for months now.My dog is indeed a female and we will take her to the vet if it gets serious
we have not yet went to the vet and she looks uneasy when she pees
on Jul 31st 2011
in Illness & Disease
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Take her to the vets ASAP,does not sound like shes in season,I can't believe its been a month and you have done bugger all!!!
Molly Doll ( In Loving Memory) answered on 7/31/11. Helpful? / 0
IF it gets serious?????????? Would you allow your child to pee blood for months without considering it serious enough to warrant medical attention???? Your dog is not any different.
Of course she looks uneasy...it is most likely extremely painful to urinate.
She needs to see a vet NOW, this is SERIOUS NOW!!! Anything else is pure neglect and is also animal cruelty, as defined by not providing proper veterinary care and treatment.
Take her to the vet if it gets serious????? How much more serious is it than peeing blood? She needs to go asap.
FOR MONTHS !!, I'm astounded that you have put this off for this long.
YOU should be ashamed of yourself !
Take that animal to the Vet IMMEDIATELY !
SNEAKERS answered on 7/31/11. Helpful? / 0
Uneasy....how about she's in PAIN.
It's not normal to pee blood.
How about you Google, "dog peeing blood..." and see what comes back from the search?
Like I just did.
Pepper answered on 7/31/11. Helpful? / 0
It sounds like she has Urinary Tract Infection. Jax has had many and is hurts to pee, that's probably why your dog is uneasy when she pees. If you don't take care of it ASAP, it will only get worse and more painful. It will probably turn into a kidney infection, if it hasn't already. Please don't wait, she is in pain. Good Luck!
Jax (earned her wings 5/30/12) answered on 7/31/11. Helpful? / 2
She looks uneasy because it is painful for her to urinate. If you found blood in your urine, how long would you wait before seeing a doctor? Your dog needs medical attention right away. The longer you wait, the worse her condition will get. It is your responsibility to care for and this includes investing the time and resources to keep her healthy. Still reading? Please log off and take your dog to the vet.
Libby answered on 8/1/11. Helpful? / 0