Why do cats get bladder stones?

Answer While cats can get kidney stones, bladder stones cause more serious problems, such as the buildup of toxic waste in the urinary tract. Veterinarians must examine the cat by performing urinalysis in... Read More »

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Can bladder stones kill cats?

On One Hand: Nonsurgical TreatmentBladder stones in cats can be fatal if they are left untreated, because the cat will be unable expel urine, and toxins will build up, according to the Cat Behavior... Read More »

How to Treat Bladder Stones in Cats?

Bladder stones, or more correctly termed "uroliths", are rock-like collections of minerals that form in the urinary bladder. They may occur as a large, single stone or as dozens of stones the size ... Read More »

Gall bladder stones V/s. kidney stones?

Doctors are really stupid about this. It has become easy to remove gall bladders like they used to remove tonsils. DO NOT have surgery and remove the gall bladder. Your troubles will just begin ... Read More »

Dogs & Bladder Stones?

Dogs, like people, suffer from bladder stones. Veterinarians refer to these stones as urinary calculi. They form in any section of a dog's urinary tract, but they form most frequently in the bladde... Read More »