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Question DetailsAsked on 8/23/2014

I have a small dog that has a urinary stone she is old. I am looking for nonsurgical treatment

is there a vet that provides sound wave abalation for this condition? This is new.

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Actually, it is not new - has been around for about 2-3 decades, though has not been used a lot in animals until the last decade or so.


I would ask your vet for a referral - many vets do not have the equipment for more advanced procedures, and refer them to a local veterinary surgical or critical care faciliity. Most of them only accept referrals from other vets, not direct clients.

Answered 5 years ago by LCD




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