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This is a discussion on Lymphangiectasia/IBD within the Dog Health forums, part of the Keeping and Caring for Dogs category; hi Rachel196 Toby is an 'L' dog. we have him on low fat royal canin and Omeprazole and prednisole. we have struggled with him just ...

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Old 11-12-2012, 04:36 AM
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hi Rachel196


Toby is an 'L' dog. we have him on low fat royal canin and Omeprazole and prednisole. we have struggled with him just like you have but have found that diet was the best cure for Toby. he hasn't had to go back to the vets now for a whole year which has been great for me and my pockets LOL

I too have had some great advice from 'save louie blog'.

I hope that lily gets well soon. I know how horrible this condition is, toby used to go down hill within a click of a finger, its a rare condition and I hope that it will be out in the wide world and the word is spreaded quickly
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Old 12-02-2012, 05:52 PM
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Quick update on Peppa...
She has been on her new diet of fish, quinoa etc for early 5 weeks now and things are definitely looking good! Her energy levels are good, (she is up and at the kitchen gate wagging her tail when I get in from work again which is something she hasn't done for a long time!! Her enormous balloon like belly has completely gone down and she has a neat little barrel belly (and a bit of excess skin) and her fur has started to grow back! (she was bald from the neck down and had started losing it from her head)...
I am so pleased, I know its little steps and still guarded but she is heaps better. I wasn't able to get Balance IT here in the UK but have been supplementing with a seaweed supplement which she is ok with so far...this was the closest I could get to a good supplement that she didn't have a bad reaction to..
I am extremely grateful to Emma09 for her help and really hope this is the beginning of recovery and remission for my little dog.. :-)
will keep you posted
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Old 08-23-2017, 12:24 PM
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Unhappy I need ibd/lymphangiectasia help

Hi ! Is anyone still on this thread chat?? My dog is suffering and I really need advice .

Please help if you are still here.
Thank you !
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