Why Does My Dog Drink so Much Water?

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Excess water consumption in dogs is usually a sign of illness. Some of the medical conditions that result to this condition are diabetes, liver diseases as well as kidney infections. Certain medications can also cause excess water consumption.
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the dog may be sick and water is it's only source but also the dog might of gotten sick and the last one is that the bladder and or the stomach has not enough room so the water is
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Top reasons a dog her age could be drinking a lot of water: 1) Urinary tract infection or kidney disease. 2) Diabetes. 3) Other metabolic disease such as cushings or addisons disease
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If your dog is drinking more water than usual, he could have a virus. Watch for excessive drinking because it could be a sign for polyuria. This could be kidney or liver disease. You can find more information here: http://blogs.chron.com/animalqa/2008/06/
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