Q. Urinating in home dispute walks and urinating appropriately. Eating, drinking, acting normal. Alp level elevated 172. Rest of labs wnl.chem CBC.

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A. Has a urine analysis been performed? this is probably the most important test at this point as it could revile crystals in the urine, signs of stones or infection.

Try collecting a fresh urine sample, put it in a clean plastic container and bring it to the vet right after you collect it in order to perform this test.

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