My 11 year old male beagle is being tested for Cushings Disease. He has been drinking and urinating excessively for a few months. His liver values are high. The ultrasound did not show a tumor. He has not lost hair and seems to have no other symptoms. I wanted to suggest Tinkle Trousers for everyone who is dealing with the urination issue. I bought them online and use them with Pampers. It saved my rug and he seems comfortable in them.
My beagle, who will be 13 next month is doing the same thing with the drinking and urinating. She is on incontinence meds and is doing better. She is much more comfortable now. I hope your beagle turns out okay. They are such wonderful loving pets~~~sara
Those little pants might look odd, but don't they do the trick? And of course the dog won't mind, he'll get used to wearing them, just like dogs get used to wearing collars, or coats.
"Doggy-diapers" really are a brilliant idea for a sick, or older dog, and make life so much nicer. I hope your dog keeps as well as possible, for as long as possible!
I'm so glad the Beagle is doing better on her meds.
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