Hello, I’am the proud owner of a 2 year old Norwegian Elkhound named Skye. Recently we had taken her to the vet for what seemed to be a urinary tract infection or a bladder infection. He took her tempature and said it was 1 degree higher than her normal and then proceeded to run a blood and urine test on her. She came back clean from diabetes and her urine test he said was normal and she had no glucose or anything in her urine sample. She had no blood in her urine and he said all in all she looked like a normal healthy dog. We took her because we were concerned because she would drink water constantly and then she’d have to use the restroom quite frequently and had some accidents in the house. He gave us some antibiotics for a uti and told us she more than likely is going into heat and that it was normal. He sent us home. The next day I received a call from him and he had said he did a blood test on her again and said she has renal failure. I was wondering if it could possibly be a misdiagnosis due to the lack of glucose in her urine? She still plays around and still does everything normal and I’m at a loss because he said all we can do is put her on a low protein diet and that was it. I need a second opinion and I don’t have the money to run her to the vet again just yet. We are giving her the medication he gave us to give to her and she hasn’t been drinking as much water and has been using the restroom a lot less. Please, I can’t lose her. She’s my baby and she is pretty much all I have left.
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