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dog passing blood in his urine

Pls help! Our dog is passing blood in his urine for 3 days now but not very frequent. However, today is alarming bec this happened 3x today and there were blood clots in his last pee. The blood comes out after he pee. We suspect that there might be an infection in his penis bec my mother tried to forcibly remove him from a female dog he mated. We already gave him hemostan and amoxicillin. What else should we do? What's the proper dosage of hemostan and amoxicillin for him? He weighs around 15 kgs.
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This dog needs to be seen by a vet, he doesn't need you guessing at what might be wrong with him.  You should never self-medicate a dog unless you have first called the vet, described the symptoms, and had the vet TELL you to give him something without first examining him.  Antibiotics don't all help the same things.  IF he has an infection and it's caused by gram positive bacteria and you are giving him an antibiotic that is used against gram negative bacteria not only will it not work, it could attack parts of his system that aren't even involved just because it's looking for something to work on.  Antibiotics are very helpful when prescribed correctly, but they can be deadly when used incorrectly.

Stop guessing at what this might be a call the vet.  It doesn't sound like it's getting better, in fact, it sounds like whatever it is might be getting worse.  Don't delay.  If you wait, it raises the chances of any damage that might have been done becoming permanent.

Ghilly
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This dog needs to be seen by a vet, he doesn't need you guessing at what might be wrong with him.  You should never self-medicate a dog unless you have first called the vet, described the symptoms, and had the vet TELL you to give him something without first examining him.  Antibiotics don't all help the same things.  IF he has an infection and it's caused by gram positive bacteria and you are giving him an antibiotic that is used against gram negative bacteria not only will it not work, it could attack parts of his system that aren't even involved just because it's looking for something to work on.  Antibiotics are very helpful when prescribed correctly, but they can be deadly when used incorrectly.

Stop guessing at what this might be a call the vet.  It doesn't sound like it's getting better, in fact, it sounds like whatever it is might be getting worse.  Don't delay.  If you wait, it raises the chances of any damage that might have been done becoming permanent.

Ghilly
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