Dog Health Treatment & Advice : How to Treat Kidney Disease in Dogs

When a dog’s kidneys don’t function properly, toxins build up in the blood causing serious health issues. A good diet is the main preventitive for canine kidney disease. One way to spot kidney disease in dogs is if you notice that tour dog is drinking and urinating more than usual.

To treat kidney disease in dogs, which is not preventable or curable, a veterinarian would put the pet on a low phosphorous and low protein diet, adding in omega-3 fatty acid supplements. Care for a dog with kidney disease usinghealth information from a veterinarian in this free video on pet care. Expert: Dr. Aimee Beger Bio: Dr. Aimee Beger works for McClintock Animal Care Center in Tempe, Ariz. Filmmaker: Ryan Quinn

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6 Responses to Dog Health Treatment & Advice : How to Treat Kidney Disease in Dogs

  • BrynnaJane says:

    My 5 year old German Shepherd mix was diagnosed with kidney disease a few days ago 🙁 The vet explained everything as in this video.

  • MrPww7272 says:

    my dog died for some reason he was urinating drops not a stream and dropping blood and feeling really ill. i had him for 5 years i miss him

  • taylorswiftrox59 says:

    My dog took pills for 30 days for his kidneys. It helped the pain a lot

  • ChristyTheCookie says:

    did he end up dieing?
    He probably got into some antifreeze

  • IEscapezI says:

    T.T,my dog keeps drinking huge HUGE amounts of water,isnt eating,throws up water and is just in a lack of energy….its note cureable but you can treat it?…so if u treat it does that mean my dog will still die just its expanding his time on earth from what it would be if i didnt treat it?..

  • AZUREGLIDE says:

    Helpful video.Cute vet! Always see your vet if something is up with your pet!!