What are the symptoms of urinary incontinence in dogs?
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Along with a physical exam, your veterinarian will likely want to discuss your pet's health and behavior. Some of the questions you may be asked include:
Your veterinarian will also likely conduct a urinalysis. This will help identify any infections that could be treated with antibiotics. Depending on the results of the urinalysis and physical exam, your veterinarian may also perform additional tests such as a urine culture, blood work, radiographs, X-rays, and/or ultrasounds.