The shocking reason your dog is peeing inside—and what you can do to help

Posted: August 24, 2023 | Word Count: 92

You might be shocked to find out your dog isn’t peeing inside because they’re behaving badly—but because they’re experiencing a medical condition. Canine urinary incontinence (UI) due to urethral sphincter hypotonus may be to blame for your pooch's puddles. Thankfully, PROIN ER™ (phenylpropanolamine hydrochloride extended-release tablets) is a safe, once-daily pill that can treat UI. Check out the infographic below for insights into possible reasons your dog is having accidents. Then talk to your veterinarian about how to get you and your dog back to drier days together.

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