Our expert says:
Increased drinking can be due to: increased day time temperature, kidney disease and diabetes. In diabetes the surgar in the urine causes more urine to be produced while in kidney disease the kidney is not functioning properly so more water is lost. These are the more common causes. Some medications will make animals urinate more (for example heart medication and steriods) There are less common causes that your vet can test for.
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