1st May 2015

This is Midget, the Jack Russell Terrier. She came to us having been showing persistent cystitis signs. After investigating we found that a huge stone had grown inside her bladder, causing the problem. We ended up having to operate to remove the stone but Midget is now back on the road to recovery.

Stones or urinary crystals cause severe bladder problems and are sometimes caused by dietry problems, so if ever any pets show signs of bladder problems or problems passing water it is very important that they are checked as soon as possible.

Pype Hayes Veterinary Centre Ltd1066 Chester RoadPype HayesBirminghamWest MidlandsB24 0SA0121 350 2303find us
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