Low Oxalate Dog Food
Bladder stones are somewhat common in dogs. Calcium oxalate bladder stones and struvite stones are the most common. Struvite uroliths seem more common in female dogs, while calcium oxalate uroliths seem to appear more in male dogs. Breeds most commonly diagnosed with bladder stones included shih tzu, miniature schnauzer, bichon frisé, lhasa apso, and Yorkshire terrier.
A diet that’s low in oxalates can help lessen your pooch’s incidence of bladder stones.
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