- Urinary Tract Infection
- Lyme disease (with secondary kidney involvement)
- Organ disease, such as liver or kidney
- Endocrine (hormone) disease, such as Diabetes or Cushings (adrenal disease)
- High Calcium
Some tests that may be recommended by your Veterinarian include a urinalysis, blood work, urine culture, 4DX or other lyme test, and x-rays and/or ultrasound. This will depend on what is found on physical exam.
So, don't ignore if you pet is drinking more. Obtain a urine sample in a clean, dry container and make an appointment to see your Veterinarian.