Our expert says:
I would advise that you take your beloved dog to the vet to have some diagnostic tests (blood test +/- urine analysis +/- X-rays) conducted to determine why your Border Collie is leaking urine.
Your vet will need to identify whether your pet has a condition that 1) increases the production of urine – for example chronic kidney disease, diabetes mellitus, cushing’s disease e.t.c. or 2) increases the frequency of urination - for example cystitis, bladder stones e.t.c or 3) has a disorder of urine storage –urinary incontinence.
From the results obtained your vet will be able to prescribe you the appropriate medication to help alleviate the symptoms.
Please phone your vet and ask his/her advise on the matter.
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