Incontinentdog.net Launched to Give Pet Owners Answers for Urinary Issues

Signs, Symptoms and Treatment Options for Dog Incontinence Revealed on New Site

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Incontinence can be symptomatic of a major health issue in your pet. If not treated properly, the consequences can be severe

Scottsdale, AZ (PRWEB) December 19, 2012

Nearly all dog owners at one time or another have had the unfortunate experience of finding a puddle or wet spot somewhere in the home. Dogs who have long since been housetrained can sometimes struggle with the unexpected and uncontrollable loss of urine, otherwise known as incontinence.

Many pet owners simply don’t know what causes incontinence in dogs, or if your dog is even truly suffering from incontinence. Now, a site completely devoted to urinary issues in dogs has just launched.

“Our new website serves as a resource center for both frustrated and concerned pet owners alike,” said Incontinent Dog spokeswoman Marlene Fribley. “We want all owners to recognize the signs and symptoms of incontinence and what can be done to treat it”

Fribley also reminds owners that if in fact your dog is batting incontinence, it is a sign of an underlying medical problem.

“Incontinence can be symptomatic of a major health issue in your pet,” said Fribley. “If not treated properly, the consequences can be severe.”

Incontinent Dog also provides reviews and information on all the products that are available for treating dogs with urinary issues. Whether it’s indoor potties, belly bands or diapers designed for dogs, the brand new site has it all covered.

“There are literally hundreds of products available for incontinence in dogs that many people may not be aware of,” said Fribley. “We explain what products may best suit your needs, where they are available and how much you can expect to pay.”

If your pet has had one or more accidents in the home, Incontinent Dog also has a section dedicated to the best ways to clean up the mess and get rid of the accompanying unpleasant odor.

For more information, signs and symptoms of dog incontinence or products available to treat the problem, please visit Incontinentdog.net.


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