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Dog is leaking urine.

Species: Dog
Breed: boxer/german shrpher
Age: 2-5 years
We have a 4yr old female boxer/german shepherd mix who seems to be "leaking" a lot lately and urinating in odd places & times, such as while laying on my son's bed or sitting on someone's lap. What are possible causes for this and is there something we can do for her at home. We are having family financial trouble and a vet visit will be a hardship, so hopefully there is something we can do to help her. Thank You for your help.


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Dr. Marie replied:

This sounds similar to this question:

Dog is leaking urine.

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