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Urinary and/or fecal incontinence are serious matters when they occur in a companion animal.  They can change the mood of a household and dramatically impact the animal’s quality of life.   One study quoted in a text indicated that 50% of pets with fecal incontinence are euthanized.  Having a solid understanding of the neurological pathways behind these processes may increase your effectiveness as a practitioner; and potentially keep a family together, happier and longer.