Bladder Stones

Theo’s Bladder Stones

It’s Surgery Saturday! Meet Theodore, an adorable 8-year old Yorkshire Terrier who came to MVS to remove uroliths or bladder stones. He was operated on by one of our Board Certified Surgeons, Dr. Sarah Evans & Certified Veterinary Technician Anthony and is well on his way to recovery!

Bladder stones in dogs & cats can cause urinary tract infections or blockage as they do in humans.

Key symptoms to watch for are: painful urination with urgency, bloody urine, restlessness & inappropriate urination in the home. Make sure your furry friends drink plenty of water & eat a healthy, high-quality diet.

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