Kidneys in cats and dogs pose a particular danger to their health and lives. This is linked to the fact that kidneys have greater reserve capacity, and clinical disease occurs only after 60 to 75 per cent of their functionalities are affected. In addition, kidney diseases are the cause of various clinical symptoms, which, at first glance, are not associated with them. Chronic kidney disease occurs much more frequently than acute.
Their treatment is extremely difficult, long-term and requires mandatory inclusion in the treatment of phyto-preparates, which tend to have no side-effects and accustomed effects. In case of acute renal diseases, the forecast is often unfavourable.
Absence of kidneys - it's not possible to raise kidneys with urine metabolism. Accumulation in blood of toxic substances and signs of renal intoxication. kidney failure can be sudden and acute or chronic and progressive.
Chronic kidney failure. Cats and cats. dog symptoms There are cases where 70 per cent of the kidney functionalities have already died. The first symptom is pupil urination. This symptom is not always taken into account, considering that it is natural, but it is a very dangerous symptom, as there is no secondary intake of kidneys into a bloodstream. To compensate for the loss of liquid in the body, animals start drinking more. With the deterioration of the kidney function, toxic products are scattered in animals: ammonia, nitrogen, acid and other metabolism products, i.e., milieu. Recognitions: apathy, depression, denial of food, depletion, dryness of hair, brown incineration on the surface of the language, availability of ulcers in language and dess, ammonia smell of mouth when breathing. There's vomit, diarrhoea and stomach and cheek bleeding. There's anaemia. The animal ends up in a coma. In the case of nervous and paralytic developments, the forecast is 99% unfavourable. Thus, only timely treatment can save an animal life even with severe kidney damage, but treatment must be systematic and supportive. As soon as you stop running supportive therapy, the symptoms will come back.