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    Saurav V

    My shizu is one and a half year old and she is urinating blood. Please suggest me what can I do. I am really very tensed.

    #80327 Report Abuse

    I would take her to the vet as soon as possible, in fact I would go to the nearest walk-in emergency vet, rather than wait till tomorrow.

    There are a few things that could cause this. However, only a veterinarian that has examined your dog can diagnose and treat. The sooner she gets treatment, the sooner she will get better.

    PS: Don’t waste time coming to these forums and consulting amateurs (myself included) when you have a serious issue, such as you described regarding your pet, go to a veterinarian.
    If you are under 18, please consult a parent or adult that you trust first. By any chance, could the dog be in heat?

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    Hi Saurav, when I rescued my boy, he was weeing blood, he was desexed then had an Ultra Scan & the vet saw crystals, he was put on Antibiotic & the Royal Canine Vet diet S/O Urinary wet tin & dry food for 6 weeks, he ate the S/O Dry Kibble for breakfast & the S/O wet tin for dinner…. he wasn’t allowed to eat anything except the Royal Canine S/O Urinary diet, then after 6 weeks, he had another ultra scan & all the crystals had dissolved so vet said I can stop feeding the Royal Canine S/O Urinary food & feed a normal diet….. see a vet….

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