Misskiwi67 wrote:Ultrasound and x-rays rule out stones - not wishes or hopes...
Does your pet eat a high protein diet? If so, thats the most likely cause of acidic urine. Unless there are stones, its not a real concern.
MissKiwi, I LOVE LOVE LOVE YOU!
I love my vet, but I love getting your opinion. This makes me feel so much better. Mostly because your approach is very aggressive but still reasonable (you work at an Emerg Vet - you require fast!). From what I gather you like to get the info ASAP and use modern diagnostics, but you like to do what is reasonable too. My vet is older and I love hearing his knowledge and moxie as he lays it all out on the table. Honest and real, yet kind and proper. He knows his stuff, and he is (with me) always right, but I like the diagnostic/equipment reassurance and I treasure your assessment.
~ THANK YOU ~
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