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Old 04-11-2016, 09:38 PM
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My dogs have eaten raw food most of their lives, so I have always been a believer that raw was better. However, I have never had a vet who approved.

The vet told me that raw was NOT good for pancreatitis. I found the same thing mentioned above when I researched online, arguments both in favour of raw and against it for dogs with pancreatitis. I didn't know what to do, but the vomiting was a real worry.

I did try the switch to Royal Canin canned low fat food because she was vomiting while on raw food. The vomiting stopped.

I don't see this as concrete evidence of anything, but since it's working right now, I can't see a good reason to switch back.

We are, however, going to see a veterinary nutritionist in a week and a half to talk about this, and I am hoping to get some clarity on this issue.
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