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HI this is DRB and I would be happy to help you with this. Unfortunately if there are stones in the urethra then surgery is your only option. Your vet could push the stones back up into the bladder but they are more than likely calcium oxalate stones and they will just get stuck again in the urethra. Your dog need sot have stones removed from urethra and bladder and then put on a diet that will prevent further stone formation. There are unfortunately no other treatments for this......I wish there was more I could offer you but surgery is the only option otherwise the stones could block him completely and kill him. I hope this helps you. Sincerely, ***** ***** check my computer each night and can get back to you if you have other questions.
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I am really sorry to hear about your loss, but I am glad that you guys at least had the vet try to save him. You can rest knowing that you did what you could for Teddie..... Bless you. Sincerely, DRB