Join Date: Mar 2010
Location: Oakland, CA
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If you purchased your dog from a reliable breeder, I'm sure it's something simple.
Unfortunately for me, I didn't know, but I got my first anatolian from a BYB. she was inbred by at least 2 generations and had kidney failure at the cellular level. she only lived a total of 15 months, and the vet did a necropsy for free, and said it's a case you only read about in text books. anyway, if you want to PM me about it, you can, but without knowing the actual lab values your vet is concerned about, I can't help.
Also, my other anatolian as he aged, had bladder and possibly kidney infection. as evidenced by various symptoms. He succombed to bone cancer, after breaking a leg, and getting an x-ray, I had to put him to sleep b/c he was lame (hip dysplasia in one leg and a broken front leg, he couldn't stand anymore).
But like I said I'm sure it's something simple like a possible infection.