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Depending on the degree of damage that was sustained, the damage may or may not have some effects that can be reversed. If minor, the chances are better. Often, we consider overall damage to be permanent but we can also see benefits from medications, fluids, diet, etc. to improve kidney function for pets. Over the months that follow when his bloodwork is rechecked, your vet should be able to give you a more updated amount of information on if/how his kidney disease is progressing.
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