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Our Kirby has pancreatitis (he has had all test/xray/ultrasound many times all with 'positive result')
He was poorly for many years and then seriously poorly for another 6 months (sick/blood in sick/runny tummy/blood in his poo and seriously thin)

Hills ID tin food saved his life (he couldn't and still can't eat any kind of kibble) he put on weight and was fine for ages on it, then he got poorly again - now he is on a grain free tin food and a little Ziwi peak, it is a struggle to get him right now and again but most of the time he does ok we just have to be very careful!
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Our Kirby has pancreatitis (he has had all test/xray/ultrasound many times all with 'positive result')
He was poorly for many years and then seriously poorly for another 6 months (sick/blood in sick/runny tummy/blood in his poo and seriously thin)

Hills ID tin food saved his life (he couldn't and still can't eat any kind of kibble) he put on weight and was fine for ages on it, then he got poorly again - now he is on a grain free tin food and a little Ziwi peak, it is a struggle to get him right now and again but most of the time he does ok we just have to be very careful!
Awwww,so sorry to hear about all this!!Thank the Lord,Missys test came back good!!!! So we are back to thinking its due to the salmon oil,We will slowly introduce her back to her food next week( NO slamon oil),but if theres any more throwing up,she will get straight back on the i/d.Thanks for letting me know that someone else had to use this food too.I hope Kirby gets better,He is a beautiful baby!!
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Thank you, Kirby will never 'get better' it's long term for him
BUT he is fine right now and a happy little chap
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Our Kirby has pancreatitis (he has had all test/xray/ultrasound many times all with 'positive result')
He was poorly for many years and then seriously poorly for another 6 months (sick/blood in sick/runny tummy/blood in his poo and seriously thin)

Hills ID tin food saved his life (he couldn't and still can't eat any kind of kibble) he put on weight and was fine for ages on it, then he got poorly again - now he is on a grain free tin food and a little Ziwi peak, it is a struggle to get him right now and again but most of the time he does ok we just have to be very careful!
did you have to hospitalize him thats what i was told they have to do ?did he vomit
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Yes Kirby has spent many a day in the vets and yes he did (does ) vomit - often with little bits of blood in it too ... He is doing great at moment and not been ill since July
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Yes Kirby has spent many a day in the vets and yes he did (does ) vomit - often with little bits of blood in it too ... He is doing great at moment and not been ill since July
That is a horrible illness hope he stays well for long time
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Thank you - he is a really precious little chi

When he is ill it breaks my heart - many times we have thought he wasn't going to make it....
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Thank you - he is a really precious little chi

When he is ill it breaks my heart - many times we have thought he wasn't going to make it....
how is kirby doing?
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