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Uti Treatment

Dog Increased Urination

…who can determine if it is hepatic disease (), or ().Causes for an increase in water consumption or urination • Sudden dietary changes, such as an increase in salt consumption. • Exposure to heat. • Heavy activity. • (UTI). It may also occur with other bladder diseases. • Dog kidney diseases. This is a primary reason in some older dogs. • . • Medications such as prednisone or lasix. • . • or . • Any disease of the liver. • Older female dogs…

Cat Increased Urination

…determine if it is hepatic disease, a.k.a. , or , a.k.a. .Causes for an increase in water consumption or urination • Sudden dietary changes, such as an increase in salt consumption. • Exposure to heat. • Heavy activity. • s or UTI. It may also occur with other bladder diseases. • Cat kidney diseases; This is a primary reason in some older cats. • . • Medications such as prednisone or lasix. • . • , or . • Any disease of the liver. • Older female…

Dog Kidney Stones

…doing a biochemical profile *Performing a bacterial urine culture *Through the use of X-rays *Doing a complete blood count *Performing an excretory urography or ultrasound of the abdomenTreatment for Kidney Stones The treatments for kidney stones in dogs will be dependent on the animal. If the kidney stones have been found and are not causing distress, the breakdown of the stones might be attempted through either diet or medicine. If this is…

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