I have a 8 month year old German Shepard and as of lately we have noticed that he pees red but only at the end of his stream. We freaked out at first but then when we took him out again he didn't do it the hole night. Lately I have been noticing that he doesn't do it all the time and he does not seem to be discomforted at all. We want to take him to the vet but after reading post by different people who experienced the same thing and just waste money for a vet to tell them he cant find anything. Has this happens to someone else and if so is it normal for the red stream to only be at the end?View Thread
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