urinary calculi in goats home treatment
The goat family is a bit unusual in that they tend to have high levels of urinary calculus in their urine, making them very challenging for the human doctor to handle. This is because the goat’s kidneys don’t secrete any urine. This is a fairly common condition that can be difficult for the human doctor to deal with, as you won’t be able to see inside of the goat’s kidneys.
One way to treat it is just to wait for the urine to turn into a solid, solid substance. This is what I did for my friend’s goat. Instead of giving her a bag of tablets to take to the vet, I left her a bottle of water. She drank half and then took half a tablet. It worked well that way and she only had one more pill to take so she didn’t have to wait too long.
I had a bunch of urinary calculi in my goat’s bladder last Christmas. The vet told me to just wait for the urine to solidify into a mass but it never did. Instead of waiting for it to be solid, I just took the water bottle and left it there. It only took two days for the liquid to turn into a bunch of little stones that I could see through the bottom of the bottle. It was much more comfortable than the previous options for me.
The story of how I ended up at the vet is a little weird. I was going to a birthday party with my girlfriends, we were sitting around eating cake, and I saw a huge pile of poop outside my door. We laughed and carried it into the kitchen to dump it into a trash can. Then we heard a loud “pop!” and looked outside to see that the whole family had been pooping at the same time.
But I digress. The reason I was at the vet was because I had to get an urgent blood test done. We told the vet that I had colic, which means that I was having problems with my bowels. The vet said that if she could give me an ephedrine shot, I could take my blood test and get it over with.
Ephedrine is a drug that, when mixed with a syringe and administered into the rectum, gives you a high that lasts longer than the normal dose. It is also one of the most popular drugs in the world, and it was used for centuries as an anti-epileptic, anti-nausea, and anti-vomiting medication. But it was banned after scientists discovered it caused a significant increase in the rate of bladder cancer.
The most common form of urinary calculi is urothelial carcinoma. This is a cancer that forms in the bladder and causes it to become very hard, making it very painful to urinate. There is no cure, but it is extremely rare. The most common type of urothelial carcinoma is the non-invasive type. This is the type that can be treated without surgery.
This is the first time that I’m aware of that anyone has been able to accurately trace the cause of any disease. With urinary calculi, though, researchers have found that it is a product of the bacteria in the urine. They theorize that if the urine was a bit more acidic, this would cause the bacteria to multiply. I’m just glad they’re not going to cause bladder cancer.
Urinary calculi in goats is not the first time the Uro’s have come to light, but it is the first time that we have any proof that they are an actual problem for goats. We know that the disease is spread through the anus. So when researchers say that it is not spread as easily from the anus as it is from the mouth, I have to wonder if they should only look at the anus. But in any case, we are glad to have the answer.
We have been seeing the problem with the Uros for a while now, and it is a very real, very painful problem. I have never seen a single goat that wasn’t sick with one of these problems. You might want to try to avoid contact with the uro, it is a very difficult to treat.