Enlarged prostate & prostate infection in dogs
The prostate is a small gland located near the neck of the urinary bladder of male dogs. The urethra (the tube that carries urine from the bladder to outside the body) passes through the prostate shortly after leaving the bladder. The purpose of the prostate is to produce some of the fluids found in semen.

What happens when a dog has an enlarged prostate?
As a dog ages, the prostate can become larger. This enlargement causes pressure on the surrounding structures. BPH typically causes some degree of prostate enlargement in almost all dogs over 5 years of age. This can cause mild discomfort as well as difficulty defecating and/or urinating.

What are the symptoms of prostate problems in dogs?
Lethargy/depression, Lack of appetite, Straining to defecate, Difficulty urinating, Fever, Pain in the abdomen, Bloody discharge from the urethra, Stiff walking pattern.

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Enlarged prostate & prostate infection in dogs
The prostate is a small gland located near the neck of the urinary bladder of male dogs. The urethra (the tube that carries urine from the bladder to outside the body) passes through the prostate shortly after leaving the bladder. The purpose of the prostate is to produce some of the fluids found in semen.

What happens when a dog has an enlarged prostate?
As a dog ages, the prostate can become larger. This enlargement causes pressure on the surrounding structures. BPH typically causes some degree of prostate enlargement in almost all dogs over 5 years of age. This can cause mild discomfort as well as difficulty defecating and/or urinating.

What are the symptoms of prostate problems in dogs?
Lethargy/depression, Lack of appetite, Straining to defecate, Difficulty urinating, Fever, Pain in the abdomen, Bloody discharge from the urethra, Stiff walking pattern.