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Bladder Infections in Dogs???????

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I have a 1 year old Black Lab that is having symptoms that I would compare to a bladder infection. He is not able to control his urine like normal and seems to be in some pain in his groin region. Anyone ever heard of this before?

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it is common for dogs to end up with bladder infections. They have a tendency to eat anything in site and often times the resulting bladder infections appear. My in-laws have a yellow lab and everytime they thought they were doing her a favor by including her as part of the family trips to the Dairy Queen, she would end up with bladder infections. A change back to a proper diet would clear it up. But don't hesitate to pay a visit to your vet to be sure. It could be other, more severe problems.

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