A dog is not just a fun playmate. This is a member of the family who has entrusted you with his health and life. The care for the well-being of the pet rests entirely with the owner. The well-being and quality of life of the pet depends on your attention and responsibility. So, neglect of preventive examinations by a veterinarian can lead to serious diseases. Many of them are insidious, and you may not notice symptoms until irreversible changes occur. A prime example is renal failure in dogs. Let’s talk about this in our article.
Renal failure – what is it?
Renal failure in dogs is a violation of kidney function, in which their excretory ability decreases or stops. Most often, the disease occurs in dogs over the age of 5 years, but there are exceptions. Continue reading