Dog Urinary Leakage

We have a 2 year old Wheaten/poodle mix. About 4 weeks ago she started spotting the cover on her bed. It would be a ring, brown on the outside of the ring and clear in the middle. Some small rings and others larger. Not enough fluid to soak through the thin cover onto the bed but enough to stain the cover.

She has had a urine test and no bacteria was found.

She shows no sign of discomfort and seems only to do this at night or when sleeping.

Do you have a suggestion of what it might be and/or a cure?

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We don't know your dog's specific medical condition, but we can offer some general advice on this situation. If your Wheaten/Poodle mix is spotting her bed, it could be due to various reasons. Since you mentioned that a urine test has been done and no bacteria were found, it is essential to continue monitoring her condition and consult your veterinarian for further evaluation.

Some potential reasons for this spotting might include:

Urinary incontinence: Your dog may have weakened bladder control, which can result in small leaks while she is resting or sleeping. This can be caused by various factors such as age, hormonal imbalances, or physical issues.

Vaginal discharge: If your dog is intact (not spayed), she might be experiencing discharge related to her reproductive cycle. This could appear as a clear or brownish fluid.

Allergies or skin irritation: If your dog has been in contact with allergens or irritants, it might lead to skin irritation, which can cause her to secrete fluids.

To help address the issue, consider the following:

Maintain hygiene: Keep your dog's bedding clean and dry, as well as her living environment. This can help prevent further irritation or infections.

Monitor her behavior: Take note of any changes in your dog's behavior, including increased licking, scratching, or restlessness. This can provide valuable information for your veterinarian when determining the cause of the spotting.

Remember, it is crucial to consult with a veterinarian for a proper diagnosis and treatment plan tailored to your dog's specific needs.


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