- Other (Cardigan Welsh Corgi)
- Urinary Tract / Kidney Issues
Keats came to me from another breeder and developed a urinary tract infection. It was found that he has cystinuria, which can cause kidney or bladder stones. I started feeding Honest Kitchen Keen because it is lower protein and also I can saturate it with water to flush out his kidneys. He has been healthy since starting on the Keen formula. It's a great food and he loves eating it!
Keen ®$17.49 - $65.99
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