...urinates in the house, even though he urinates outside. Sometimes when he urinates outside, he will urinate in the house right after he comes in.
A: He may have a bladder infection and a visit to the Vet Clinic may be indicated. However, you may try something else first. I would guess that your pup just loves to be let outside. Give him a treat when he urinates outside. Then give him another
5 - 10 minutes before you let him back in to finish urinating.
Re-Sorb has the ideal properties for oral hydration. It is readily and efficiently absorbed, does not interfere with gastric pH, and is highly palatable. Contains glucose, glycine and citrate (an alkalizing agent when metabolized).
Directions: Add contents of one packet to 2 quarts of warm water. Feed as needed twice daily for 2 days. Slowly reintroduce milk thereafter if needed.
Ingredients: Sodium chloride 8.82 grams, potassium phosphate 4.2 grams, citric acid, anhydrous 0.5 grams, potassium citrate 0.12 grams, aminoacetic acid (glycine) 6.36 grams and glucose 44 grams. Osmolarity of the reconstituted solution is approximately 315 mOsm/kg. The pH of the reconstituted solution is approximately 4.3.
Re-Sorb - 64 gram Packet
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