Why certain veggies can exacerbate calcium-based bladder stones

10/8/2013 | BerksPets.com (Reading, Pa.)

Certain foods should be avoided in dogs that have a history of calcium oxalate bladder stones, writes veterinarian Lee Pickett, because some foods are high in calcium while others, including carrots and green beans, have relatively high oxalate levels. Dr. Pickett also explains why different drugs can have similar effects but are prescribed at different dosages and frequency of administration.

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