Thanks for the information. Realize that there are a few things that we can be dealing with here. It may very well be that her hips or other joints are hurting her if she has any degree of arthritis. This can be especially true if she had a lot of activity yesterday. If her appetite is normal, and she is not vomiting or having diarrhea, that may be all it is. The chronic blood in the urine is very concerning, though. I don't know how consistant that is, but if it goes on long enough, that can cause issues with anemia. On that very last post, you mentioned the pH and crystals, but that is on the urinalysis. I was asking more about the blood work they ran on her. That would evaluate red and white blood cell counts, platelets, liver enzymes, kidney enzymes, protein levels, calcium, phosphorus, electrolytes and blood glucose at the very least. If she has had higher than normal kidney enzymes in the past, that can be a concern for an underlying kidney condition. She has potentially had some bladder or kidney stone problems as well. Nothing right now is screaming emergency to me. As long as she is eating and not vomiting, that is usually a good sign, and she may even be feeling better tomorrow. If she is still just laying around tomorrow, I would definitely have her seen by your vet. I would recheck some blood work to be on the safe side. I would also seriously consider getting that ultrasound done. It is not invasive and really shouldn't cause her any discomfort. It may prove very insightful. If she seems like she is very weak, cannot walk, not eating, starts vomiting, has bloody stool, has pale gums, has a distended abdomen or has abdominal pain; I would get her seen by the vet ASAP. It is possible that there may even be a bulging disk in her back that causes some discomfort and makes her reluctant to move around a lot. Please let me know if you have any other questions or concerns. Hope this helps.
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