4My2Greys Posted July 11, 2013 Share Posted July 11, 2013 The reason I brought Nadir to the Auburn College of Veterinary Medicine Small Animal Clinic is to try to get an answer about what is causing his urination problem. Bloodwork, urinalysis, and ultrasound provided no clues. Any further testing to determine a defining diagnosis would require anesthesia, which they do not recommend considering his heart condition. The vet we saw yesterday feels it is a problem with the muscles of the bladder wall not relaxing and therefore the bladder not being able to fill like it should. She wants to try Oxybutynin to see if that will help. I'm ok with trying this, but wanted to make sure no one knows of any bad reactions greyhounds have had using this drug. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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