AN article in the last issue (September 2002, pp 418-432) discussed the aetiology and pathophysiology of urinary tract infections (UTIs) in dogs and cats and outlined an approach to the diagnostic work-up. This article describes the treatment options for UTIs and the strategies for long-term control as well as control in recurrent cases. It is important that underlying causes are determined (see previous article) and resolved, where possible, prior to the initiation of therapy. UTIs occurring secondarily to underlying conditions may not be appropriately managed by antibiotic therapy alone.
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