Dissolving my Dog's bladder stones with ACV

by Linda King
(Menominee Michigan, USA)

French translation

My dog, which is a Shih-Tzu Bichon mix and weighs about 12 lb., has bladder stones. So bad so that he was basically peeing blood.
He could barely go at all and would take him quite a while out side to empty his bladder.

The vet said surgery or prescription dog food and it could take months or even years to go away.

I have been putting 1 teaspoon of ACV in his dog food daily with milk to mix with and his urine has no blood in it that I can see and his urine flow is normal and it's been only a week!

It's like a miracle!
I can't afford surgery and now he won't have to have surgery!

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Oct 31, 2021
Thank you
by: CS

Thanks for getting back.
I added a couple of tablespoons to her water. Its a big bowl so I hope its ok.

I also added one tablespoon to her food. I don't giver her kibble anymore. So I put it in the can food and also I cook her chicken.

I'm hoping it will dissolve the stones. I don't want her to be operated on.

Oct 30, 2021
by: Linda king

I think I wrote about using the ACV for my dog, but I have NO IDEA how the milk comment got in there. I put ACV straight on the dog food. It worked wonders. My phone DOES from time to time add it’s own words. Very frustrating.

Oct 30, 2021
my dog
by: CS

My dog has stones she is 180lb dog and I want to try ACV .. The vet said he will operate but I don't want to do that.
I'm not sure what you meant by mixing milk in with ACV into food.
Can you clarify that. Can I do it without the milk and just add it to food or water? Or does milk help?


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