Home-made recipes for dogs with Calcium Oxalate stones

Kidney Stone Diet


(1) Fresh meat – preferably raw kangaroo meat, due to its high nutrient profile, and low fat content. It is free range /organic, and affordable. Try and get preservative free.

(2) Rolled oats – soak an equal weight of dry rolled oats in water overnight. Ie 100g dry rolled oats, soaked in 100ml water = 200g soaked rolled oats.

Whole grain brown rice (cooked) is also ok.

(3) Grated/minced vegetables – carrot, pumpkin, sweet potatoe. Pulp in your food blender or chop grate very finely. Avoid green leafy vegetables like spinach, silverbeet, parsley, rhubarb.

(4) Vets All Natural Flax Seed oil – a rich source of Omega 3 fatty acids

(5) Supplements – Yeast, calcium carbonate, wheat grass, lecithin


Formulations (per 1kg mix):

Adult Dog Diet:

600g  raw meat

250g soaked rolled oats

130g grated vegetables

5g calcium carbonate, 5g yeast, 5g wheat grass powder, 5g lecithin

10ml Flax seed  Oil (2 teaspoons)


Weight Loss Diet:

500g  raw meat

200g soaked rolled oats

280g grated vegetables

5g calcium carbonate, 5g yeast, 5g wheat grass powder, 5g lecithin

10ml Flax seed Oil (2 teaspoons)


Things to Avoid:

– Spinach, silverbeet, rhubarb, parsley

– All nuts and beans

– All dairy products

– Chocolate

– Vitamin C or D supplements

– Too much calcium

– Too much salt

– High protein / high fat diets


What we want:

– Ideal Urine PH between 6.4 – 6.8

– Urine Specific Gravity (concentration) < 1.020

– Lots of water intake (flavour water with stock or broth)


Additional medications if necessary:

– Potassium Citrate (to bind calcium oxalate in the urine)



– post surgery to remove stones (they will not dissolve like other stones)

– Regular weekly to fortnightly urine tests to check PH and USG until stablilised.

– Xray or ultrasound of bladder at 3, 6 and 12 months post surgery.

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