Dear all, just an update frommy past posts and a couple of questions. So the vet got her bloodwork back and says that everything looked fine except that it shows Kibby has a uti and high protein levels in her kidneys? They are doing a urine culture and poo test now too. Vet says that ths could be a sign that her kidneys are not working right and ths could be what is causing the tremors. They recommended to keep seeing how does but to consider doing a kidney flush for her, where they would keep her for a day and just have an Iv stuck in her the whole day. Does this seem right to you?
Kibby hasn't shown any signs of uti, she will usually pee in the house, or I will see her pee more often or I will a drop of blood at the end of her pee.. She does have a history of uti though. I didn't even know that they took her pee when they did bloodwork... They say it's part of their senior testing.
Anyways, of course I will do whatever it takes to make Kibby better but at the same time, I don't want to o ny unnecessary procedures , especially if they can not tell me for sure that this is causing the tremors.
I kinda still think it might have been the gardners weed killer as that was the only thing that was different on tht day it happened. They say they o this flushing more often for cats. Is there any other way I can get her protein levels down without doing this flushing?
Also , just FYI... Although this vet seems thorough and nice, I don't think she is a bully dr. My normal bully vet passed away recently, so this other vet is taking his place. I say this because I heard her mention that these tremors are not typical for her breed, whereas I know from Bdw that many bully's get tremors right? Can anyone recommend a new bully vet near San leandro, ca. The only other one listed on here is about an hour away!thanks for everyone help!