Thank You. Out of no disrespect, I am wondering where you read that carrots are linked to Pancreatitis. Everywhere I have read lead me to believe that as long as they are cut up(she eats baby carrots) that they are fine for her. I even read that in certain recipes carrots help reduce suffering in Pancreatitis. If you have that information I would like to read it. Again this is out of no disrespect for what you told me, I just want the true facts. Thanks!She is ADORABLE! A word of caution though, don't give her TOO many carrots as they have been linked to pancreatitis.
This makes a lot of sense! About 1 1/2 ago, I gave Midgie a baby carrot (which she's always had carrots not & then). I had the carrots for a while & should have went with my instincts not to give it to her. She had a severe reaction, mouth bright red, trying to scratch her face off. Scare the **** out of me. I've given her baby carrots since then & everythings fine, but one thing I have changed is the way I handle them.I think that when you get baby carrots from the store they are moist in the package. If you reach into a 2 lb bag with your bare hands you can leave bacteria in the bag. The moisture in the bag coupled with added bacteria makes the enviroment ripe for bacterial issues. I think it's important to rinse the carrots before giving them out. I try not to reach into the bag with my bare hands. I pick the bag up and pour out the baby carrots. JMHO! When I get home from work I let Quigley out when we come in he runs as fast as he can straight to the fridge looking for his carrot treat. The dogs each get one and so do I. LOL. It's out daily routine.