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Diet and Bladder StonesBladder stones and crystals are very common in dogs and cats. Many can be fairly easily prevented and in...

…dissolve struvite stones. Ask your vet to recommend one. Where possible use a canned food if you are using a commercial diet. A holistic veterinarian or a veterinary nutritionist should be able to formulate a balanced, homemade diet to prevent this condition. Cranberry juice or extract may be recommended to acidify the diet to prevent infection. Raw diets tend to be high in acidic foods which are good to help prevent struvite stones.Treats…

Diet and Bladder StonesBladder stones and crystals are very common in dogs and cats but they can be fairly easily prevented and in...

…diets available that will dissolve struvite stones. Ask your vet to recommend one. A holistic veterinarian may be able to formulate a balanced, homemade diet to prevent this condition. Cranberry juice or extract may be recommended to acidify the diet to prevent infection. Raw diets tend to be high in acidic foods which are good to help prevent struvite stones.Treats and foods to avoid for dogs who have struvite stones are listed here: Meats: …

Diet and Bladder StonesBladder stones and crystals are very common in dogs and cats but they can be fairly easily prevented and in...

…will dissolve struvite stones. Ask your vet to recommend one. A holistic veterinarian may be able to formulate a balanced, homemade diet to prevent this condition. Cranberry juice or extract or a supplement like Urinary Gold Daily may be recommended to acidify the diet to prevent infection. Raw diets tend to be high in acidic foods which are good to help prevent struvite stones.Treats and foods to avoid for dogs who have struvite stones are…

Bladder Stones in DogsBladder stones also known as uroliths are fairly common in dogs. They generally occur in dogs aged 4 to 6...

…infections, metabolic problems or inherited tendency toward formation of stones. Diet can play a role in stone formation as well.Female dogs and small dogs are more likely to develop stones and are more likely to develop struvite stones. These stones are composed of magnesium , ammonium and phosphate and can be prevented by preventing urinary tract infections. If urinary tract infections are not cleared up, stones can be the result. Some…

Bladder Stones in DogsBladder stones also known as uroliths are fairly common in dogs. They generally occur in dogs aged 4 to 6...

…infections, metabolic problems or inherited tendency toward formation of stones. Diet can play a role in stone formation as well.Female dogs and small dogs are more likely to develop stones and are more likely to develop struvite stones. These stones are composed of magnesium , ammonium and phosphate and can be prevented by preventing urinary tract infections. If urinary tract infections are not cleared up, stones can be the result. Some…

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