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Hello, this is Dr. Jess. I am sorry to hear about Tashi's problem. Potassium Citrate is one way we try to prevent oxalate stones from reforming. Diet changes is another way. Is Tashi already on a special diet for bladder stones? I am going to attach an article for you here with information on this type of stone: http://www.veterinarypartner.com/Content.plx?P=A&S=0&C=0&A=662
Do you know your dog's weight?
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If you have a regular vet (or whoever did her surgery) there is a website that provides free recipes for homemade food for your dog for various conditions. I would recommend looking into this if you are interested in a homemade diet. You do need your vet to approve your recipe though. The website is: https://secure.balanceit.com/
I would look into that website. Also, if she doesn't' like the royal canin diet, the other major companies (purina, hills, iams) make similar diets (I would have to look at the bags to see if they had corn- not sure).