Calcium oxalate kidney stones in dogs

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8745437 tn?1399646762 since then, ive read and research about diet for CRF dog. (and he has calcium-oxalate stones too) now i'm used to feed grinded K/D, pills even sub-q fluid. but can't stop forcefeed because my dog hates rice. until now i tried about 5 recipes, all included rice. when i except rice from a recipe. he eat. he eat chicken breast, cabbage, even carrot which i don't like. but whats the problem with rice? it's no use boiling with some more water. i want to give him a nutritionally balanced diet.
1660289 tn?1302560398 I have a Shih Tzu who is going in for surgery soon to have two large bladder stones removed. He also has two small ones in his kidney. The vet keeps talking about getting him started on Hill's diet. I have no intention of buying this food from them. I have reminded her three times that he needs to be on a grain free food. I will not risk the chance of switching foods & having him go through the miserable itchiness, hair loss & yeast infection again.
Avatar n tn Kidney stones can be cure by making some changes in the regular diet and day to day activities: 1. Drinking required water to maintain good urinary flow. 2. Diet should have adequate amount of calcium. Milk, yoghurt, lentils, oranges and other dairy products are rich in calcium 3. Eat right amount of protein- daily protein needs are usually met with 2-3 servings per day. 4. Reduce amount of sodium in diet to 2-3 gms.
168348 tn?1379360675 I cannot take anything with add'l calcium on an ongoing basis because I have history of producing documented calcium oxalate kidney stones! So if the levels are off it will be a fine-line balance of kidney stones and right # for muscles.
482754 tn?1341795094 Sweet potatoes have a high oxalate content. Don't feed to pets prone to calcium oxalate stones. Before giving any food, you should check to make sure the oxalate content is low. You can find this info online, but check several lists. Reputable sights like Mayo Clinic or Cleveland Clinic probably have good lists. Calcium Oxalate stones are commonly the stones that people form, so the same food info for people should apply to your dog also.
1358341 tn?1282213443 it plays a very important role in calcium phosphorus balance and is beneficial in PREVENTINE progression of kidney failure....WHEN ADMINISTERED WHILE PHOSPHORUS LEVELS ARE STILL NORMAL!!! the doses that are used are exceedingly small and must be compounded by a s special pharmacy . you can follow the links on that page for instructions on how to obtain and use it. based on this reading I would sure ask my Vet about this medication.
670955 tn?1226601500 Messonnier, DVM, reducing magnesium levels in cat food can cause increased excretion of calcium from the kidneys, leading to the formation of calcium oxalate stones in the bladder. If your dog is prone to urinary track infections (which may be caused by the bacteria E. coli), there is a substance in cranberries (Vaccinium macrocarpon) and blueberries (Vaccinium myrtilus) that has been shown to prevent the adhesion of E. collie to the bladder wall and Urethra.
1358341 tn?1282213443 - I don't know if low phosphorus is dangerous ? - I don't know if there is something in her kidney that didn't cure ? Renalzin = Lanthanum carbonate (Human Renalzin in France is called Fosrenol, but you must have the same medicine with another name in UK and USA) Probiavi contains = Pediococcus Acidophilus Bifido lactis Bifido Longdum Lactobacillus Acidophillus Streptococcus Thermophilus S.