Bladder stones could prove fatal to dogs

09/14/2010 | Modesto Bee (Calif.), The

Compared with other pets, dogs are more at risk for developing bladder stones, which could create medical emergencies for the animals or lead to chronic urinary tract infections, writes a Modesto, Calif.-based veterinarian in this article. The problem could be addressed by treatments such as a special diet prescribed by veterinarians or a surgical procedure called cystotomy, he writes.

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