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After peeing, my pug will keep stopping and has drops of blood
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After peeing, my pug will keep stopping and has drops of blood

My 4 year old spayed female pug seems fine, she eats and sleeps normally. Lately, she goes for a normal pee and then stops about another 3 times and has drops of blood. I did take her to a vet when she had it previously but they could not find anything wrong with her but gave me antibiotics which I don't think really worked. What are the other possibilities?
Type of Animal
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Dog
Age of Animal
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4
Sex of Animal
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Female
Breed of Animal
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Black Pug
Last date your pet was examined by a vet?
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February 24, 2008
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Your Pug needs a urinalysis and Radiographs to rule out stones.
Urinary tract infection and bladder stones can both cause these signs.
If both tests are unrewarding then a urine culture should be done 7 days after antibiotics are stopped.
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wow she has a uti just like we woman get plz take her to vet shes goty to be hurting or very very uncomfable. my shih did that a month a go keep running from place to place to pee than when in house was droping blood on carpet so yes take her , they have a shot now that helps it and you dont have to give pills.
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