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I have a client with an 8 year old male intact labrador retriever. The dog dribbles a bit of urine for a period of time after urination, in addition to having a frequent discharge from the penis. Using ultrasonography we verified the prostate is above average size for an intact dog. The client does not wish to neuter the dog. I did a lot of research but have not found any proven way to reduce the size of the prostate other than neutering. I am wondering if anyone here knows of any newer methods which have been shown to reduce the size of the prostate in male dogs? Thanks in advance for your help!
 
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I am wondering if anyone here knows of any newer methods which have been shown to reduce the size of the prostate in male dogs? Thanks in advance for your help!
You might have better luck on VIN.
 
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