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Gosh, I am so sorry, that has to be so frustrating!
There has to be something else, you are right about that. I am hoping some of the vets on the forum will chime in.
Are his kidney values normal now that you stopped the Kirkland?
Oh, about the prostate, I have known a golden that hat prostate cancer even though he was neutered, so very strange things do happen.
I am hoping your boy does not develop an antibiotic resistance, but if the Keflex works, maybe you should push for trying it for maybe a month straight as long as all his organ functions are normal. Have they ruled out a kidney infection, kidney stones?
Just of the top of my head, have you had any tick borne disease panels done on him? I am just trying to come up with something that has not been tested for yet.
I had two of my dogs test positive for Ehrlichia this year. My vets say, the tick borne diseases are on the rise.
Either way about it, Good luck and I hope that you can get down to the root of the problem soon!