Hey all, we just recently took my 13 y/o Golden Retriever to the vet for his annual check-up, he appeared fine from looks but we decided to get his bloodwork done just in case. Now, from that same bloodwork it has been discovered that he has a urinary tract infection and that something is off with his liver making the enzyme count higher than normal. The urinary tract infection will be easy to cure once we get the recommended antibiotics from our vet tommorow. I'm extremely concerned about the liver problem though, in all the time we've had him nothing like this has ever happened. At this point the vet has no guesses as to if the liver problem is serious or not, she did give us the idea though that perhaps the liver thing will get better once we cure the urinary tract infection. It is really hard for me to believe that this is all going on with him since he is as perky and happy as he usually is and is not acting like anything is bothering him or he is in pain. Are there any vets here that might have some ideas on what is going on with my dog? I personally am hopeful that curing the urinary tract infection will help the solve the liver problem. Any advice? thanks.