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    I was wondering if anyone here has ever used natural remedies for treatment of bladder stones. I am fostering a little pekingese X who recently had bladder stone surgery. He is fairly young (max 2 years old) and I believe his problems are due to previously terrible treatment (he was kept chained and fed garbage). Our vet told me to feed him Hills s/d but he won't even sniff it. I read about holistic foods and help and they recommend cranberry extract which I have at home or can get one for dogs (I don't think there's much difference).

    The question is - how much do I give to 3,5 kilos dog? I feed my dogs Taste of The Wild Salmon grain free food and am extremely satisfied. My dogs too.
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    Apparently it's more of a prevenatative and you need to give them lots???
    Depends where you get your info.
    Although I'm not a Hills fan of their reg food the Presecription food is really good, it's a pitty she wont touch it. If it were me I'd persevere with it.
    Good luck with your little foster dog.

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    There are other perscriotion foods I may try suh as RC, Trovet (which I find excellent) or Eukanuba. I was just wandering about cranberry extract because I was reading some opinions and even veterinarians recommend it. TOTW food contains cranberries, but I think it's not enough.
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    I have great results with Chia added to feed just to genraly improve immunity & general health can not say I have exsperaince with bladderstones though..
    Good luck & sounds like a lucky little dog to have you onside............

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    He is lucky considering how he was - skin and bone, urinating blood allover the place when he couldn't make it to the toilet
    Just need to fix his aggression towards people and he'll be fine.
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