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Renal Failure in Dogs

Renal Failure in Dogs

Renal Failure in Dogs

Presumably, the term "chronic renal failure" suggests that the kidneys have quit working and are, therefore, not making urine. However, by definition, renal failure is the inability of the kidneys to remove waste products from the blood. This definition can occasionally create confusion because some will equate renal failure with failure to make urine. Renal failure is NOT the inability to make urine. Ironically, most dogs in kidney failure are actually producing large quantities of urine, but the body's wastes are not being effectively eliminated.

When is this likely to have renal failure in dogs?

The typical form of chronic renal failure is the result of aging; it is simply a "wearing out" process. The age of onset is related to the size of the dog. For most small dogs, the early signs occur at about 10-14 years of age. However, large dogs have a shorter age span and may go into kidney failure as early as seven years of age.

Symptoms and Treatment of Renal Failure in Dogs

Please see Kidney Failure in Dogs


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