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Urine Sample - Dog
Need tips for collecting Urine from your Dog? Urine Luck!!
If your dog has a favorite time or spot for urination- this is a good spot to start trying.
Keep him/her on a short leash so they remain close to you.
Use a low flat container or a ladle to slide under them as they begin to urinate.
Place sample in a container with a lid
If unable to get to the clinic right away then place the sample in the refrigerator. Be sure to get it to the clinic within 12-16 hours of collection of the sample.
Please answer the following questions:
Why were you bringing in a urine sample today?
When did you first notice these signs/symptoms?
Have you noticed your Dog straining to Urinate?
Have you seen blood in his/Her Urine?
Is he/she defecating normally?
Is he/she drinking more or less than normal?
How many pets do you have in your household? (cats, dogs, other)
How often does he/she urinate in a day?
Is your pet having accidents in the house
If yes, where?
Is your pet leaking urine when awake or asleep?
Is your pet urinating more or less frequently?
Have you recently moved?
Does your pet signal less often to go outside?
Any new stresses in your life (new baby, new job schedule, new pet, etc.)?
Is your pet displaying other symptoms?
What brand of dog food do you feed your dog?
Has there been a change in food recently?
Any other questions or concerns?