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The most common cause for a dog to urinate blood is a urinary tract infection. If the pup has been treated and is no longer urinating blood, then it shouldn't be a problem. However, many rescues will allow you a home visit with the pup for a couple of days before an adoption is finalized. See it they will do that and have a vet visit scheduled for that time period. Try to make it for the first day you have the pup to allow time for the results of testing. I would recommend doing that with any dog you plan on adopting. Not only will the pup get a clean bill of health if it is healthy, but you will have an idea of what behavioral issues you might be looking at as well.
I love the larger breeds like this one so it would be best to ensure he has no problems before you adopt and become attached to him.
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Since there have been recalls on certain foods, please check the following site to be sure the food your animals eat is not affected. If it is affected, contact your vet as soon as possible. Have your dog seen if they have any symptoms.