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How can I get my dog to eat? She has been diagnosed with Pancrititis, she has been in hospital and now home she is eating only low fat dog treats and a minute amount of other things to tempt her . She is drinking water okay. She is on a lot of medication Synulox, Gabapentin, Ranitidine, Denamarin and Ursodeoxycholic acid.
Raw egg is delicious, fantastically nutritious and very easy to digest.
She can lick Pet Plus from a plate so she has all the nutrients and enzymes she needs.
Does she like smelly things? Most dogs love green stinky tripe. Wolf Tucker do a really good smelly one!
Usually dogs are not carbohydrate consumers, but when they’re ill (but not if they have cancer) dried fruit is a great source of easy energy for them: dates, apricots etc but not anything from the grape family, so not raisins, currants or sultanas.
Wild rabbit is an excellent low fat food. Turkey is OK too. All, raw of course as that is so much easier to digest than anything cooked or processed. She might prefer it slightly warm, so just put the bag of food / her bowl in a bowl of hot water and allow the heat to gently warm the food. Do not use the cooker or a microwave!
And filter her water of course.
If she likes fish, that’s great too…maybe whitebait of something not fatty.
Pet Plus has the enzymes required for digestion and is a great help with pancreatitis as it does the job for the pancreas.