Consult your veterinarian for a proper diagnosis and personalized dietary recommendations.
Encourage your dog to drink plenty of water to promote urine dilution and flushing of the bladder.
Feed a balanced and complete diet that meets your dog's specific nutritional needs.
Consider feeding a prescription diet formulated to dissolve or prevent bladder stones.
Offer low-risk treats that won't contribute to the formation of new bladder stones.
Regularly monitor your dog's condition and follow up with your vet to assess the effectiveness of the diet.
Bladder stone management may require lifelong dietary adjustments. Be consistent with your dog's diet.