Kidney Failure In Dogs: What You Should Consider As A Dog Owner

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Your dog’s kidneys are one of its most important excretory organs. As in humans, the dog’s kidneys have a vital function

Your fur nose would not be viable without a kidney. Like humans, dogs have two kidneys. These are located on the side of the spine in the lumbar area. The kidneys ensure that many toxins and pollutants in your dog’s body are filtered out. Kidney problems are unfortunately not uncommon in dogs either. There is acute and chronic kidney failure in dogs. We clarify the most important questions about kidney failure in four-legged friends.

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