What blood in dog or cat urine sample means

When the urine sample of your dog or cat shows even a trace amount of blood, it should be investigated.   Even a trace amount of blood is considered abnormal.

What we recommend, is to check your dog or cat again the following day with ThePetCheckup and if that sample is also positive, contact your veterinarian for further testing to determine the cause.

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Test showed blood in dog’s urine

Another one of our customers called this week to thank us for ThePetCheckup.

They were surprised to find that the test showed blood in their dog Emma’s urine. It was a moderate amount and after taking Emma to the vet, the diagnosis was a urinary tract infection. Because ThePetCheckup catches potential illnesses before symptoms appear, they were able to catch it very early and the treatment should be simple and effective.

Urinary tract infections in both dogs and cats are really common…wish there were some statistics to see if the numbers may be increasing. I know Kate had one awhile back…the only illness that she has ever had since she was rescued almost 2 years ago.

There are other causes for a positive test result for blood….stones, tumor, internal injuries–or even something as relatively harmless as chewing some tough grass that caused an irritation to the lining of the digestive system.

The important point is that blood is not normal in the urine and should always be checked out by a veterinarian.

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