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Q. My puppy has a pinkish urine her vet appt isn't until Monday any home remedies I can try?

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A. Not specifically, if she has got a cystitis. Make sure that water is always available.

If you notice any other sign such as lethargy, depression, inappetence then I would recommend to contact your veterinarian earlier than Monday.

Your veterinarian may need a fresh urine sample to analyze.

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A. It sounds like blood tinged urine. Does she seem painful when she urinates? Small, frequent urination? If this is what is going on she could be quite uncomfortable, and there is always the chance that the bacterial infection can go into the blood stream.

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