Hi, my dog is having trouble urinating it has only been a day but he got into the garbage the day before and has been pooping out contents of what he ate from the garbage. He is constantly trying to urinate but nothing is coming out. He has also thrown up a few times and his second meal of the day he did not want, when usually he would chow down!!! what could this be?? a urinary obstruction, bladder infection twisted stomach from the garbage which is making it hard for him to pee i dunno any suggestions??? im very concerned
I see Tom is answering your question as well. I'll add to what he is likely typing:
Any time a pet may not be able to urinate, they should be seen asap. Please see your veterinarian. There are lots of things your veterinarian can do to help the GI issues as well, though time will still be needed to arrive back to normal. Sometimes straining to defecate will appear as straining to urinate, but please don't take a chance. Please see your veterinarian to ensure there is not a urinary problem as well as the diarrhea.
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