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Hi there, you are through to Dr Linda.
I'm sorry to hear this.
Was she due a heat?
Is she able to pass a good stream of urine? Any blood within the pee?
Any other signs such as increased thirst or panting?
Ok, thank you.
There are a few things that this may be including a urinary infection, urinary crystals, bladder stones etc.
Ideally, she would be checked over and we would analyse her urine as she may well need some antibiotics.
At home, we should feed wet food and offer plenty of water to 'flush her out'.
Certainly, a heat can cause mood changes due to the hormones and slight discomfort but we should not have any urination changes.
Not at all and best of luck!