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Dysuria (Trouble Urinating) in Dogs

By: Dr. Mary Anna Labato

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Dysuria may be the result of a number of different causes. These include:

  • Calculi or stones, either in the bladder or urethra

  • Infection, including bacterial cystitis (infection of the bladder), urethritis, vaginitis, prostatitis (bacterial) or prostatic abscess

  • Bladder cancer, including transitional cell carcinoma, rhabdomyoma or sarcoma

  • Urethral cancer, including transitional cell carcinoma, transmissible venereal tumor

  • Prostate cancer, including adenocarcinoma, transitional cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma

  • Vaginal or penile cancer, including transmissible venereal tumor, fibroma, sarcoma

  • Trauma, including ruptured bladder or urethra, urethral stricture

  • Inflammation, including benign prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) or granulomatous urethritis

  • Neurologic, including detrusor-urethral dyssynergia

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