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    The vet we use is way too far away from them. We use Brittmoore Animal Hospital.
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    Thank you to everyone I received a lot of helpful information from carol yesterday! I am a little uneducated about the bully breed so i have some homework to get done!! It sure is a lot different then the other types of dogs I've had in the past! So glad I came upon this site
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    Default Re: Article: How to Successfully Treat a UTI - Urinary Tract Infection

    This brings back memories when we first got Dozer. His urine emited such a strong acidic odor that I felt like my nose was going to melt off. It turns out he did have a UTI and it was sucessfully treated with antibiotics. The vet also suggested we try Bragg's Raw Unfiltered Apple Cider Vinegar. Ever since we then we put around 1 teaspoon on his food and I noticed a difference right away. His urine did not smell nearly as bad and the color improved. He's been UTI free since. I highly reccomend it.

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    okay... so i have a question... my dog has not improved with her antibiotics and shes done in two days so im taking in a sample for the vet as asked to. however they said she has +4 crystals also and she has not stopped her peeing all the time outside. i am really worried that she is hurting her self so i try not to let her go one after the other again and again. instead i let her pee once long and go back inside and repeat when she asks. i am seeing blood by the third pee if i let her just run around. i told my vet this and she just gave me the antibiotics... i have been reading a lot online and they say a raw diet and wet food will help future utis and bladder issues because kibble is too dry and tends to dehydrate dogs. she is an olde english bulldogge and this is the first real problem we have had. she is a year old with a more inverted vagina. anyone have advice?

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    Quote Originally Posted by alyw9876 View Post
    okay... so i have a question... my dog has not improved with her antibiotics and shes done in two days so im taking in a sample for the vet as asked to. however they said she has +4 crystals also and she has not stopped her peeing all the time outside. i am really worried that she is hurting her self so i try not to let her go one after the other again and again. instead i let her pee once long and go back inside and repeat when she asks. i am seeing blood by the third pee if i let her just run around. i told my vet this and she just gave me the antibiotics... i have been reading a lot online and they say a raw diet and wet food will help future utis and bladder issues because kibble is too dry and tends to dehydrate dogs. she is an olde english bulldogge and this is the first real problem we have had. she is a year old with a more inverted vagina. anyone have advice?
    @RiiSi may be able to help. She has experience with crystals and also is a raw feeder so she may be able to give guidance to transition over to a raw diet
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    Great article.

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    Default Re: Article: How to Successfully Treat a UTI - Urinary Tract Infection

    FYI, our Georgie Girl has had repeated UTI's and was treated with amoxycillan or ciprofoxacin. The UTI kept recurring. When I had taken her back to the Vet he prescribed her Baytril/enrofoxacin which treats a DIFFERENT TYPE OF BACTERIA. It has been 1 1/2 years and the UTI has never come back!

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