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Why does my rabbit pee on me?
Behaviour
Why does my rabbit pee on me?
Rabbits commonly spray urine to mark their territory. If your rabbit is urinating on you, he or she may be attempting to claim you as part of their territory! Although this may be flattering, rabbit spraying can be a pro…
August 8, 2022 • 159 shares
Why Do Cats Spray Urine?
Behaviour
Why Do Cats Spray Urine?
You just got back home from work and what do you find? A smelly urine stain on the wall and one guilty-looking cat… Not again! Why is it that some cats spray urine? Is it always bad behaviour? Could there be a medical re…
April 28, 2021 • 734 shares
Why does my cat have bladder trouble?
Cats
Why does my cat have bladder trouble?
Have you just found your cat urinating on your new soft furnishings or in the bathroom again? Are you questioning your cat’s sanity? Are you getting fed up of worrying about whether your cat is going to urinate somewhere…
December 23, 2020 • 249 shares
Why is my Guinea Pig Peeing Blood?
Uncategorized
Why is my Guinea Pig Peeing Blood?
Many people feel faint at the sight of blood, so you can be forgiven if seeing blood in your guinea pig’s hutch makes you anxious. Apart from obvious injuries, blood in the urine is one of the most common reasons for thi…
December 16, 2020 • 89 shares • 1 comments
Ask a vet online -
Dogs
Ask a vet online - "My dog has trouble peeing"
Question from Jaamal Dupas: I have a 7 month old female dog. When she squats to pee the first time it's normal. Then she tries again and only a few drops. And i noticed a drop of blood the last time she went. Could this…
April 14, 2015 • 93 shares • 158 comments
Cats
Ask a vet online – ‘my dog has been weeing blood could it be infection or something more’
Question from Sharon Harris: My dog aged 10 has on a couple of times been weeing blood he does one long one which is ok then just walks round weeing bits but that's when the blood starts he is wanting to go out more ofte…
November 13, 2014 • 49 shares • 67 comments
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