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Although urinary incontinence can afflict dogs of any age, breed or gender, it is most often seen in middle-aged to older spayed females; cocker spaniels.
By Diana Bocco. Incontinence in dogs can be a symptom of many different conditions, so getting to the cause is essential, says Dr. Jeffrey Levy, doctor of.
Dog incontinence is when a pet involuntary loses control over their bladder. neutered females, but it can be seen in intact females and males.