Q. Our Cavalier has been on a drip for 2 sessions of 8 hours .to try and reduce her blood urea count of 750 to normal of 150. Can you advise?
A. Being in intravenous fluids is a good way to try and improve kidney levels. It is important to keep monitoring the blood levels to see if there is any change. You need to take guidance from your vet as to long-term care plan. It could be medications or possibly diet intervention, it depends on what the cause is for the change in kidney values and if it is permanent or correctable with iv fluids.