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 Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Urinary SO Moderate Calorie Morsels In Gravy Canned Dog Food
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Royal Canin Urinary SO dog food - My dog has been on this food for five years now and loves it. We were just at the Vet yesterday and his blood work is very good and no "crystals" in his urine. He is a Papillon and we are very happy with his results.
Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Urinary SO Moderate Calorie Dry Dog Food
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In our specific experience, we have an eight year old, 130 lb mixed breed female sweetheart of a dog who had a history of urinary incontinence, urinary tract infections, and excessive production of struvite and oxalate crystals and stones in her bladder. We started her on Royal Canin Urinary SO five years ago and it has been a godsend. It reduces the level of mineral concentration in her urine to the point where it is almost clear. She hasn't had a crystal or stone issue, or a UTI, since we started her on the Royal Canin. Though she still has an occasional incontinence issue, it is largely controlled with medication and incidents are few and far between. Evaluating by its ingredients alone Royal Canin Veterinary Diet Urinary SO Dry Dog Food seems to be a recommended dry dog food.
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Photo provided by FlickrRoyal Canin Veterinary Diet Canine Urinary SO canned dog food 13.6 oz - Loaf in Gel (24 cans/case).
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I had a chihuahua for three years and I fed him Royal Canin food since he was a puppy to adult. One day, I noticed he started developing issues with urinating and just feeling VERY sick. I took him to the vet, had some X-rays done and bad news came. My poor Bobby was diagnosed with very very large bladder stones and a severe urinary tract infection. My vet told me that this was 95% from food. Not even surgery would help and I was forced to put him down, there was no option. My dog never had any symptoms and this came as a shock. Jenny Hi all.. My 6 year shih-tzu has bladder stones, she was put on royal canin urinary so wet and dry. I smelt it the dry and didn't think she would eat it, we have to put it out the nite before for the air to get to it before she eats it. She hates the smell. She loves her carrots and cheese. I have never been one to give her moist food as I was told this was not good for small dogs. Anyway I give her moist food in the morning and her dry sits there all day for her to pick at. For her treats we give her chicken strips these are 100% natural chews our brand in Canada is Chewmasters. We first picked up a sample bag in Nashville (I don't remember the brand name) and thank god we can get them in Canada now. We were told not to feed her the rawhides as this will mess up her system.Yesterday, Tonka, my beagle/coonhound mix, was diagnosed with bladder stones. The vet wants us to feed him Royal Canin Urinary SO 14 dog food to dissolve the crystals that are causing this problem.Our 8-year-old Dachshund was put on Royal Canin Urinary, so dry dog food after she had urinary stones removed. She has been fine for 2 years on it and two months ago we noticed vomiting in the mornings and slow progressing weight loss, as well as shaking. Her vomit would be foamy, bilious, and yellow. We took her for some initial blood tests and everything came back normal. She continued to deteriorate and suddenly became very sick one day. I came home from work and she had been sick all over the house and was having trouble breathing. We took her to ER and they did an ultrasound and found a large liver mass which had not been there two years ago. Surgery was recommended and she had 3 liver lobes removed as the surgeon found three liver masses, not just one.