|Barked: Mon Jan 28, '13 7:22am PST |
|The link c/p correctly but goes to a long list of everything. When I searched on hyperphosphatemia in dogs in dogs it was the first think that came up. With the same address! Please read the whole thing but here are possibilities.
Vast quantities of phosphorous are located in the bones and teeth, bonded with calcium. Therefore, bone diseases or problems such as bone resorption can cause excessive phosphates to be released in the dog's bloodstream. Other underlying factors for hyperphosphatemia include:
Excessive dietary supplementation (e.g., vitamin D overdose)"
Please find the cause before changing the diet. None of those issues are treated with removal of excessive phosphorus.
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