|Barked: Mon Dec 3, '12 6:55pm PST |
|Well, maybe I'm being a bit too paranoid (as I often am) but Joey doesn't seem to pee a lot, or drink a lot, and spends a lot of time sleeping. He is 8 so it's hard to know if he's just getting older or something is wrong. In any case, this is a little off the topic, but I wanted to ask: How do you know something is wrong, i.e., that your dog might have stones, in the first place? I really haven't paid that much attention to Joey's peeing habits before, so I don't know what amount, color, etc. is normal for him. He sometimes tries to pee on a walk and can't, but that seems to be very common for a lot of dogs, so I've never thought anything of it. He doesn't cry, the urine looks yellowish, and his thirst hasn't really increased or decreased much if at all.
How do you know there's a problem? Also, where can you get the test strips - just a good pet store? And what about cranberry supplement (or the real thing) - what's a good supplement, or amount of cranberry to feed a 35 pound dog?
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