Your cat's kidneys play a number of key roles in keeping them healthy. Here, our South Wilton veterinary team explain the causes, symptoms and treatments for kidney failure in cats, as well as the role of your pet's diet in this condition.
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If your dog is suffering from kidney disease, choosing the right diet for them can be a key part of their treatment. For dogs with kidney diseases, our Fairfield County vets might recommend a therapeutic diet with higher levels of fatty acids like omega-3 as well decreased levels of phosphorous, sodium and protein.
Here, our South Wilton Veterinary Group vets in South Wilton walk you through the causes, symptoms and treatments for kidney failure in dogs as well as what you can do to identify this condition in your pup.