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Bladder stones in dogs – Pet tip 127

Bladder stones, or uroliths, are increasingly common in pets. Often the first signs of uroliths is straining to urinate and blood in the urine, or recurrent bladder infections. If a stone is small enough to leave the bladder but large …

Owner:
Pam Smith
City:
Hamilton
Province, Country:
ON, Canada
Type/Breed:
pointer
Date of Birth:
Jan 1 1989
Date of Death
June 11 2004
Sex:
Male
Height:
28
Weight:
60
Coat Colour:
brown
Eye Colour:
brown

  Joe was a great dog. he was amazing,what he could do and survive at the same time. Once he ate about 1/2 a pound of chocolate,he was okay, didn't even need medical attention. He ate a poynsettia plant,same thing.He had his tail cut off,he still knocked down stuff from the table. Joe once took a new jar of peanut butter to the middle of the stairs, somehow opened it, ate some and tried putting the lid back on. How could he do possibly do this.But at 15, cancer got him. eventhough we were with him for about 13 years, it didn't seem long enough. Even if he lived til 30. we'd still feel that way, guess you don't know what you've got until it's gone.To Joe: "We love you, and we'll maybe meet again someday."

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