I'm glad you took her in and the vet found out what's been causing the problem.
We are sending your poodle girl lots of poodle hugs and healing vibes. Let us know how it goes.
p.s. The first few days after the surgery you will still see blood in the pee - not bright red blood though. It's normal so don't freak out. Make sure to check with your vet what type of stone it is because you will need to design the diet plan accordingly.
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schnauzerpoodle is right about making sure you know from the vet what kind of stone it is. You will probably have to put her on a prescription diet to help reduce the odds of recurrences. I hope she is doing better fast.
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Poor little baby, so happy that she went to the vet, know that she will be better very soon, Please keep us posted on how she is doing, Huggs, kisses, and love going her way from here in Denver. From the 5 little ladies, and there human Kay.
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