Dog bladder stones are just one type of what doctors call uroliths. Uroliths can precipitate from solution to form throughout the urinary tract of most animals, including cats, horses, dogs, and yes, people. Experts agree that … [Read more...]
Kidney stones, bladder stones, cystitis, or other urinary issues are very painful!
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So your carefully laid out and executed dietary plans to prevent Bo’s bladder stones has failed. What’s next? Is surgery your only option? The questions race through your mind. How much does dog bladder stones surgery … [Read more...]
Hippocrates is credited with uttering the frequently cited statement, “Let your food be your medicine and your medicine be your food.” Of course, he was speaking of people in a medically primitive society, but much of the sentiment … [Read more...]
Rover has been acting strangely on your morning walks. He lifts his hind leg and slightly winces. You notice some straining and a look of pain in his eyes. As a responsible dog owner, you take Rover to the … [Read more...]
Possibly, there is no health issue as debilitating as bladder stones. Everyone has heard tales of the excruciating pain involved in “passing” a stone the only way it can come out. Remember Uncle Bill at Thanksgiving dinner rolling … [Read more...]
Bladder stones, also called uroliths, are organized concretions found in the urinary tract. Bladder stones contain primarily organic or inorganic crystalloid and a much smaller amount of organic matrix. Supersaturation of Minerals in … [Read more...]