Other category includes rare mineral types (e.g. Potassium Magnesium Pyrophosphate, Xanthine) and miscellaneous material (e.g. solidified blood, osseous, drug metabolites).
Information for less common mineral types can be found on our website.
Follow general urolith prevention recommendations such as feeding a canned diet or encouraging increase water consumption with the goal of promoting less concentrated urine.
Periodic radiographs are recommended to detect small uroliths that may be removed by non-surgical methods.
We advise reviewing manufacturer's literature regarding selected therapeutic foods to determine indications and contraindications. For pets with multiple health concerns,we suggest that the selection of diet should take into consideration all health needs of the pet.