My Dog Is 11 Years Old And Drinks Alot Of Water And Wees A Lot,What's Wrong?


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Your dog needs to be examined by a veterinarian.  Blood work and a urinalysis are the first steps diagnostically.  This will screen for kidney disease, diabetes, thyroid disease, urinary tract infection, liver disease, and Cushing's disease.  These are things that can cause increased thirst and urination in an older dog.

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