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1- Is he go outside?
2- Is he urinating?
3- Is he trying to defecate?
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If he is not urinating then we need to be concern with a urinary blockage which is a medical emergency.
If this is true constipation we can try adding in mirolax into his diet to help soften his stools 1/2 table spoon twice a day either intra. syringe with water or mixed into wet food.
Keeping him on a wet food diet is also recommended to keep him hydrated and help keep the stools soft so he can pass them.