He is two years old, and Peruvian. I don’t know how much he weighs i haven’t weighed him in a while, I’ll post his weight once i get home from university. It *appears* that he drinks more, but that’s because he has one bottle and the girls have two. I can’t tell if it’s more or less water than the girls because, like I said I can’t accuratley gauge it.
I feared diabetes earlier so I cut anything sugary out of his diet but I can’t figure out if anything has changed yet.
Diabetes was the other thing that came to mind. Early stages of kidney disease also often presents with increased fluid intake. Otherwise, I'd say if he isn't showing any signs of urinary tract/bladder issues like blood or grit in the urine, unusual odor associated with the urine, crying or hunching when eliminating, etc., then it could just be that he drinks more and therefore urinates more.
It could be a marking thing. Is he near the females or are any of them spayed/neutered? He might be trying to mark his territory from other males so they stay away from “his ladies” As long as there isn’t any blood or something abnormal I would guess he is fine. But then again I’m not a professional