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Bladder Stones in dog

I am looking for a remedy to assist the removal of sturvite bladder stones in my dog.

He is 3 years old, 110lb, sheep dog.

The urine is thin, yellow, with lots of blood. Some of the blood is thick and clots.
He seems to have an adversion to fluids and water.

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  deashelton on 2008-09-22
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Try cantharis 30c 4times daily for 7 days.
Zahid)2 last decade
Thanks so much, I will. We just got back from the emergency room, he is bleeding also, I forgot to mention that. Will let you know how he is in 7 days.
deashelton last decade
Your dog is in critical stage.Pls inform me about his condition very frequently.
Zahid)2 last decade
The emergency room told me to keep an eye on him and if he stops urinating to bring him in for immediate surgery. The cost 2,700, and they cannnot guarantee that the stones won't return. I have him on apple cider vinegar tablets to change the ph of his urine. I started him on the cantharis immediately after reading your post. Yeah! he has started to drink fluids without being forced. Will keep you updated daily, and thank you so much.
deashelton last decade
My dog is about the same, no change. I spoke with the vet yesterday, we need to get the stones dissolved, this is what is causing the bleeding. Do you know if Thlaspi Bursalis would accomplish this, or another remedy? If so what would be the dosage?

Thanks, from worried mother of a fur person.
deashelton last decade
Update: 10:00am Pacific time, my dog just drank about 2 cups of liquid, yeah! This is an important step.
deashelton last decade
would the dosage be any different for a small 20 pound French Bull dog?
emptynester last decade
continue the drug,hopefully your dog is improving.Ya,dose will be same,frequency will be same for 20lb dog.
Zahid)2 last decade
I need help finding something for my 12 year old Welsh Corgi. She had bladder stones and will not eat any of the can dog food that the vet has provided. She is drinking some water but will only eat lunch meat or cooked chicken.

Please help! I don't want to lose her.
tarhiche last decade
I have a 6 year old pet rabbit that has been diagnosed with bladder stones.
Any advice if these recomndations could work for a rabbit? Approximately 6 pounds, domestic breed, housed indoors.
Thumper last decade
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