What can be the reason for the extreme high accit content in the urine of…

What can be the reason for the extreme high accit content in the urine of my 4 year old female boxer dog. Where ever she urinates on the grass it gets distroyed

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Anonymous
5 years ago

in my limited research, this is usually directly related to food. what are you feeding?

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Anonymous
5 years ago

i looked up the brand…that looks like the equivalent of Kibbles & Bits, here in the US, and is NOT something i’d feed. i can’t find an ingredient list, and that really concerns me. if i were you, i’d look for a food that doesn’t use corn in it at all, and lists meat as the first 3-4 ingredients.

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Anonymous
5 years ago

(also, a generally good rule of thumb: if the kibble has bunches of colors, it’s probably not good food.)

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Anonymous
5 years ago

bread is not nutritionally sound for dogs. please stop feeding it. look for a high quality kibble and just feed that – if you feel the need to supplement, supplement with things like plain, unsweetened yogurt or actual raw meat products.

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Anonymous
5 years ago

i just found the ingredients. please, stop feeding this food. it’s junk…it’s like feeding a toddler nothing but gummy bears and chocolate bars.

are you in the UK? i can try to help you find something better quality.

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Anonymous
5 years ago

hmm. let me see if i can figure out what’s available down there.

prescription food is usually unduly expensive and should only be fed to dogs that need it.

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Anonymous
5 years ago

so i was digging, and i found this thread: http://www.rottweiler.net/forums/nutrition-grooming/86668-good-dog-foods-south-africa.html

maybe it will help?