If you suspect your pet has a urinary blockage or is having trouble urinating, contact your veterinarian immediately. This can be a life threatening condition and requires immediate attention. Any trouble going to the bathroom requires immediate action.
Follow up care
Pets need to go the bathroom!! If your pet dog or cat is having trouble going to the bathroom, go to the vet now!!!
Who can get urinary Stones?
- Urinary bladder stones are common in both our canine and feline patients.
Types of Urinary Stones
- The two most common types of urinary stones we are: struvite and calcium oxalate stones. There are also less common types of stones that may occur.
- Urinalysis and Urine Culture.
- Surgical removal.
- Dietary dissolution: There are multiple diets designed to help this process.
- Medical Treatments.