Welcome! I would be happy to assist you. I am a 2003 graduate from UC Davis and a Medical Director of a veterinarian practice.
You need to immediately get Laney into a vet. when blood is present in both urine and feces, that could suggest a bleeding
Now, blood in urine alone could still be observed with bladder stones, urinary tract infections, vaginitis.
Blood in the feces suggests colitis
. Colitis in Dogs
But, when present in both, you could have any combination of both problems, as well as, the risk for a urinary tract infection.
Definitely, since we know there is no option to treat at home, this is well worth a vet visit today!
It is possible the vet may also suggest a blood test just to make sure clotting blood times are normal, a urine test to rule-out a urinary tract infection, and then some medication to treat each problem.
Hope that info helps
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