Thread: Blood in urine
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Old May 24th, 2012, 01:29 PM
Kasianni Kasianni is offline
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Originally Posted by Goldfields View Post
Silk didn't have much blood, but those big stones I imagine were stopping her from peeing properly, ditto for when she was trying to pass small pieces. She'd have been in agony. This is a Sheltie by the way and the vet told she had got bigger stones out of a Chihuahua. Yikes! It's your decision. I can understand your reluctance when the urine looks so good. Maybe if she has no difficulty in producing a good sized puddle you could take it on a day to day basis. Be careful though, I don't know about your dog but mine love to get bad on weekends when vets are only available at a ridiculous cost.
Things always happens on weekends don't they lol...My vet is open on Saturdays from 10-3pm and on Sundays for a few hours. Mika is not having any troubles producing huge puddles lately. Because of all she is drinking they are huge lately, is that a good sign?? Yesterday I put a pee pad down in case cause of emergency but she pee'd on the floor poor thing but it was a huge puddle.
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