WebMD reports that the main reasons that dogs drink an excessive amount of water are dehydration, illness, medication and diet. Most dogs needs 1 ounce of fluid per pound of body w...
Jun 29, 2015 ... Does it seem like your dog is drinking more water than usual? ... too little water
can lead to dehydration while drinking too much water can be ...
WebMD discusses how much water dogs need and how to know if your dog is
drinking too much water, as well as how to know if it signals a problem.
Mar 27, 2010 ... Depending on other symptoms, excessive drinking can be a sign of a ... and my
vet does the same thing..she been drinking a lot of water and ...
Polydipsia refers to an increased level of thirst in dogs, while polyuria refers ...
conditions are an increase in urination, and drinking much more water than usual
Does your dog have an infection? ... Dogs that drink excessive quantities of water
without an obvious explanation should always be examined for underlying ...
If you find yourself filling the water bowl more than usual, even if your dog is
otherwise ... Excessive drinking is called polydipsia, and because what goes in
Dogs are renowned for being messy drinkers which makes it hard to gauge just
how much they are consuming on a daily basis. The rule of thumb is that a dog...
Mar 6, 2012 ... On average, dogs require about 30 ml. (1.01 ounces) of water per pound of
weight every 24 hours. If you're concerned about the amount of ...