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March 29, 2017 at 6:01 am in reply to: How to reduce calcium oxalate recurrence at dogs #97275 Report Abuse
thanks everyone …hope he gets better soon, im just stressed outMarch 28, 2017 at 9:36 pm in reply to: How to reduce calcium oxalate recurrence at dogs #97260 Report Abuse
I called his vet she said they did A Nasopharyngeal culture on his snot and that baytril is the only one that is going to work
March 28, 2017 at 7:36 pm in reply to: How to reduce calcium oxalate recurrence at dogs #97256 Report Abuse
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if I hand feed him he eats lol he had soft palate surgery as well after the kidney stone surgery . I created a monster when I hand fed after that surgery. he just had xrays done of his skull & teeth due to a bad cold he had they said there was fluid in his left sinus cavity and put him on baytril, im thinking the side effects are messing with him.March 28, 2017 at 6:53 pm in reply to: How to reduce calcium oxalate recurrence at dogs #97252 Report Abuse
I bought the kibble and some cans he refuses the kibble now , I had tried the broth and soaking it he ate it for awhile but now he snubs the kibble, she said I could top it with boiled chicken breast , he also is on potassium citrate chewables. I dont free feed him and he always has fresh water. just dont know what to do since he isnt wanting to eat any of the prescription diets 🙁March 28, 2017 at 4:58 pm in reply to: How to reduce calcium oxalate recurrence at dogs #97248 Report Abuse
my 11 year old french bulldog had bladder stone surgery a few months ago he had calcium oxalate stones, his vet said we needed to feed him CD or SO he did ok at first but now he doesn’t want to eat either of them, what else can I feed him ?