I was wondering if anyone on here has been through this with there Lab? We have a 6.5 year old female lab who was getting UTI's a little too often. All the everyday care was being done as in fresh water clean bowls fresh food. According to search's done on the web and talking to Dr's there is no known reason of why this happens. At first they thought it was TCC, then through urine test's sent off to https://www.sentinelbiomedical.com/ it was determined that it was not cancer. She's going back for a follow up ultrasound to see it this is getting bigger or whats going on inside the bladder. The other options we have for her are cystoscopy or surgery to cut the bladder remove the growth and then recovery. The least invasive is the path I'm following. The cost is a slight factor too. While she's still very very active although does tire out sooner.