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Based on the history you provided, the following diseases are possible causes for your dog’s urinary problems. Should you wish to consult with a veterinarian 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, please visit our Ask the Vet page:
Lower urinary tract disease
But it doesn’t smell or Stain like urine. Urinalysis and blood work by vet were ok.
My dog exhibits clear sometimes yellow/green viscous discharge after urination. I am taking her to vet tomorrow for analysis. I think this is an infection.
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