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Old May 18th, 2013, 09:46 AM
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Dry dog food recommendations to keep struvite bladder stones in check

One of my new rescues an 18 pound 8 year old Bichon/Cocker cross had bladder stones which required surgery 4 years ago. Right now she is on medi-cal/royal canin urinary SO. I would like to change to a higher quality food. Is there a better alternative to keep this issue in check?
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