Nutritional management of urolithiasis in dogs and cats

“But doc, he was on that diet you prescribed. How did he get stones again?” Does that sound familiar? Like many of you, I have heard this question countless times from owners of dogs and cats prone to stone formation. It’s frustrating for owners who have already put their pet through surgery and think that the prescribed diet will prevent future urolithiasis to discover that those pesky rocks have returned. It is equally frustrating for us to see dogs that have had 3 or more cystotomies for recurrent calcium oxalate stones or to have to manage a male bulldog with

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