Frequent urination is usually one of the results of diabetes mellitus. When a dog is finally close to being regulated on its insulin dosages, the frequent thirst and urinations usually get back to their normal frequency. You should have further discussions with your veterinarian about how well regulated your dog is.
There is also the possibility that there is a separate problem going on involving the urinary bladder, such as an infection.
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