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Old June 8th, 2007, 12:23 AM
seigle seigle is offline
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Kidney failure in dog - Answered by Dr. Lee

Hi Everyone.
I have a male dog, 12 years old.
During the last month or so, we saw that he drinks more than usual, and gives more urine than usual.
A few days ago we took him to the vet. He said it sounds like kidney problems.
We took blood checks. The vet said that according to the results he has 2/3 % kidney failure.

This is not my regular vet, so i would like to have another opinion, as to the percentage of failure, and if it might be caused from something else.

Attached are the blood results.

Do you have suggestions of what to do in such a case - i was advised to use a specific brand of dog food special for kidney problems.

Your help would be greatly appreciated!
Michelle.
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