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Old 13-07-2011, 08:32 PM   #11 (permalink)
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June do you think maybe Monty is SHY? ;-)
No Di - he's not shy - just an awkward little sod!! :lol:
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Old 28-05-2016, 05:22 PM   #13 (permalink)
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i use a square small foil tray then pour into the tube my vet gives me that seems easier than getting the vet one under the dog
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My vet suggested a soup ladle which works like a charm (made sure I labelled it dogs! ). It was easy sterilize & to transfer the sample to a sterile collection bottle. Unfortunately, Lexie has an E. coli cystitis and is on an 8 week course of alternating antibiotics.
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I use a soup ladle too, a stainless steel one. Do you, like me, find it a bit disturbing how dog pee looks like chicken broth?
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So with Molly being treated for UTI I also had to get a wee sample - so I went on Amazon and bough a pack or urine sample pots, AND.... a butter/chocolate melting pot! Yup. Tell you what, It's worked a charm shallow enough to go under when she stooped and the little spouts made accurate pouring!



This one was a kitchencraft one, bout 6.
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I keep a stock of small foil trays and a syringe for this purpose.

If it’s not possible for you to get a sample, from a puppy for example, there are ways a vet can do it but it involves ultrasound and a long needle. It looks pretty brutal but it gets the job done. Pops had to have this, took minutes and she was none the worse for the experience.
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