Lately you noticed that your puppy is urinating small amounts every half hour or so.
You also noticed that she was not having much success and only a few drops come out.
That panic you suddenly feel isn't an overreaction.
It's time to to rule out a physical problem first, then take a natural approach to treating your puppies bladder problem.
Vets are seeing more and more cases of unproductive urination in puppies and adult dogs.
In many cases it is a female puppy having the problem.
A female puppy frequently urinating small amounts may have an infection or even a bladder stone.
In other cases, and sometimes in worse cases, it may be a tumor, or even a hormonal imbalance.
If your puppy is frequently urinating small amounts and previously had bladder stones, then it could be a stone blocking the urine.
Eventually her bladder will become filled to capacity and she will leak small amounts of urine.
She will also be in pain because of the strain on her bladder.
If your puppy is frequently urinating small amounts because of hormones she will benefit from being spayed.
This will stop the hormonal imbalance causing her bladder problems.
There is a chance, that a birth defect may be the culprit of your puppy frequently urinating small amounts and if that's the case your vet will tell you.
This problem is common in female Huskies, and if it is the problem, then surgery might be needed.
A tumor may also be a catalyst for a puppy frequently urinating small amounts.
Again, your vet will need to evaluate the situation.
Once you rule out physical defects you can help your dog without costly prescriptions and antibiotics.
Start her out with a supplement proven to prevent dog bladder infections and canine UTI.
Look for a homeopathic treatment that features ingredients such as uva ursi, and cantharis.
These will help normalize her pH in her bladder and strengthen her overall urinary tract health.
Ensure the puppy's eating habits are good, and to do say make sure you avoid using commercial dog food.
Unprocessed meats are good for a dog, along with filtered water.
This will make sure he starts urinating again just as predicted.
Keep her on this natural home remedy and you will prevent future outbreaks of dog bladder problems.
So long as you keep the treatments up and provide your puppy with a happy environment everything will be fine.