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Bladder infection

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Type of Animal
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dog
Age of Animal
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9 weeks
Sex of Animal
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Female
Breed of Animal
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chow chow
Last date your pet was examined by a vet?
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April 27, 2012
City
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Two Rivers
State/Province
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WI
Country
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USA
X-Ray Results
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mg
Other pertinent test results
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urine test showed crystals in urine sent culture off to find out exactly what bacteria is present....she was onn her way to being potty trained before the infection occured, she has started clavamox 125mg for 5 days until culture comes back. She is eating and drinking normal however she will go out and potty alot and the she comes in and within 10 min. she pees on the floor its like she isn't able too get all of her urine out and she has to go out every hour or she goes in the house and it's a large amount of pee...The vet said her bladder has a thick wall. Will there be any problems in the future because of this and how long does it take for the antibiotic to start working. She was so good before this happened?????
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