Once my pet is diagnosed with CKD, what’s the long-term management and monitoring plan?
As your pet ages and his or her condition changes, different diets, medications or additional fluids may be needed. Because of this, your veterinarian will work with you to monitor your pet’s condition by rechecking your pet’s kidney function with blood and urine tests. With early chronic kidney disease, your pet may need a recheck only two or three times a year; more visits are often helpful as the disease progresses.
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