Dr. Deb Reed

Bladder Stones in Rabbits

Dr. Deb Reed Bladder stones develop when calcium crystals in the urine combine with each other and oxalate and other particles in the urine, including protein, mucous, and bacteria. Symptoms range from blood in the urine, straining to urinate, frequent urination, and sometimes just acting uncomfortably. Diagnosis is by bladder x-rays and urinalysis and culture….

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GI Stasis in Rabbits and Guinea Pigs