Kidney Stone

Pets can suffer from kidney and bladder stones very similar to those found in humans. The two most common signs of bladder stones are blood in the urine and painful urination. If kidney stones are not treated immediately, one of the stones may block the urethra. When this happens, urine backs up into the pet's body, causing uremia, depression and vomiting.

 

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