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Old May 12th, 2013, 02:58 PM
ilmagri ilmagri is offline
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@MaxaLisa .. Incontinence started before spaying. The vet did several basic tests, blood etc and all the results were OK. He said that there are other tests that can be done (ultra sound for ex.) but they will only serve to indicate the cause as the problem cannot be solved. We also got a second opinion from a second vet and she said there's nothing that can be done. I have all the respect for these people but can understand that there other vets who specialise in specific problems abroad and am trying to get some info over the net.
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