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    Potty Trainer Jellyfish's Avatar
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    Default Re: Juvenile Vaginitis??

    Quote Originally Posted by raghu View Post
    Wipe, wipe and wipe. Keep the area as clean as possible.
    To encourage water consumption, try chicken broth (or as I call it boiled and cooled down chicken water)
    Take a liter of water, dunk a few pieces of chicken, slow boil for 20 mins and cool to room temp.
    Dogs cannot resist this drink. But it also means more peeing and more wiping.
    If you are out of baby wipes, even normal toilet tissue will do.
    The idea is to get the moisture and gunk out.

    Cheers,
    Raghu
    Can you use store bought broth, like low sodium? How often and how much should you allow your bully to drink?

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    Default Re: Juvenile Vaginitis??

    Quote Originally Posted by Jellyfish View Post
    Can you use store bought broth, like low sodium? How often and how much should you allow your bully to drink?

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    I would recommend diluting store bought broth heavily as it contains salt.
    Start with 1 part broth and 4 parts plain water and try. The idea is to coax your bully to drink more water.
    Since my EB is raw fed, she is getting a good portion of daily water requirements from meat itself.
    In addition, she can handle dairy quite well, so she usually gets a bit of milk/yogurt/curd (diluted) on a daily basis.
    Fresh water is always available in her water bowl. She usually goes for it after her walk.
    There is no set quantity, but if I notice that her pee is turning yellow, then I use such methods to increase water intake.
    Try getting 1/4 - 1/2 liter water extra daily into your dog's system and watch for any changes/improvement.

    Cheers,
    Raghu

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