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The most common reasons for a 2 year old female dog to start dripping urine include the following...
-urinary tract infection
Those are the most common. Other things are possible, however, like diseases that cause excessive urination (diabetes
, adrenal disease, etc.) and other types of structural problems with her urinary tract, but these are much less common.
I'd be most suspicious of stones.
The appropriate course of action is to take her to the vet for a thorough physical exam and a urinalysis. Depending on what the vet finds, he or she may also want to run basic blood tests or take x-rays. X-rays are usually necessary to identify stones.
Once you know what the diagnosis is, then a treatment plan can be put in place.