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Incontinence is not uncommon in senior dogs in fact it is very common, however blood in the urine is not. While it is common to see incontinence it is important that we rule out actual medical causes for this.
Medical causes for incontinence other then age related muscle tone loss could be kidney disease or diabetes.
Blood in the urine can be due to urinary tract infection, urinary crystals, bladder stones or bladder cancer. It can also be signs of bleeding disorders.
I would suggest having her seen by a vet to have the urine tested and possible x rays of the bladder. Depending on what these tests show your vet may also want to do blood work.
If it appears that she is urinating large amounts of blood then it would be best to have her seen today if at all possible. If you are unable to have her seen today then I would get her in as soon as your vet opens in the morning. I would also check her gum color. If the gums are pale pink or white in color this could indicate an active bleed or destruction of the red blood cells and she should be seen right away even if this means going to the ER.
Try to get her to drink as much as possible to help flush the bladder.
I hope this helps give you some direction.
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