Ailments of the urinary system

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Today, we commence a whole new topic. Ailments of the urinary tract are quite common in dogs and cats. I do believe that the changes in the diet we offer our dogs and cats are not in sync with the development of the pets’ physiology. As a result, there are great stresses placed on the organs. For example, if the dog’s diet traditionally (in the wild) was based on almost pure meat, then the digestive/excretory process would react differently when confronted with a heavy plant-based carbohydrate diet.

The kidneys of dogs and cats seem to be under special pressure because of the new lifestyles and feeding regimes.  …..To continue reading, login or subscribe now.



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