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Old 14th June 2007, 03:45 AM
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Default Dogs urine smells fishy

I have a four month old, female Aussi/German shep mix. When we first got her at a little over two months we thought she has a bladder infection because she was peeing to much for normal. The vet did a Urinary Analysis and said that they did not find any bacteria, but that there was a high white blood cell count. They gave us Clavamox and she went through the treatment and there seemed to be an improvement. Well,we've been using "Little Stinker" training pads to help house train her, all is well there. She is doing great! But, I have noticed, as well as my daughter, that her pee smells fishy. I don't know why this is.
She is no longer peeing frequently, infact she goes at what seems to be regular intravils. But I just can't help but think that it may be something. The other things that I have noticed is the fur around her vaginal area seems sticky, and I'm not sure if that is from licking or from the pee. She does not have any unusuall discharge from her vagina. I have been putting GSE (grape seed extract) 10 drops to the gallon- in the water bowl in hopes that this will combat any possible infection. she seems happy playfull and healthy in all other ways.
Does anybody out there have any sugestions about what to do or try? Anyone else have this situation?
Any and all tips, comments and/or advice is very much appreciated as I am worried about my little pup! Thank you!
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Old 20th June 2007, 09:29 AM
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In the Repertory of Kent there is the following rubric

Urine Odor Offensive, fishy : Astac., ol-an., uran.

Try to read these three remedies in the Materia Medica.

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Old 20th June 2007, 03:16 PM
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I searched and searched and searched the Repertory of Kent online for what you sujested, to no avail. Can you please tell me either how to actually find this , or better yet what does it say? I am really getting frustrated as I have been trying to get some answers for over two weeks now, researching the internet and putting out posts and the like. I am rerlatively new to homeopathy so any help would be appreciated. Thank you.
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It is in the repertory of Kent under Urine page 687 and is is under rubric: Urine Odor Offensive, fishy and there are three remedies in that rubric:Astac, Ol-an, Uran. It is interesting that Uran is in there as this is a remedy for diabetic, have you checked if the dog has that?

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Thank you, I will research those pages. Funny that you mention Diabeties. (sp?) For some strange reason this was one of the first things I though of as an explanation for the odd smell. My initial instincs and hunches are usually pretty close to home as far as what is going on, so I will definately have the vet check for that. Thank you again!
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Any further news on this case I am interested for my understanding.
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I still could not find the information that you gave me. I continued with putting 10 drops of GSE in the drinking water. So far she seems to have improved, and continues in good health. Thank you for your inquery.
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