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Sara P

Thank you all for your suggestions and help.
Unfortunately there is no prescription for both health issues the diet to aid stones is very high in fat so not suitable for pancreatitis.
My mini schnauzer has an incredibly sensitive stomach and doesn’t cope well if I change food. He’s had kibble and boiled chicken for the whole 9 years of his life. Now I need to give him a low protein diet so switched to carrot on his food and soak the kibble in filtered water.
The vet has said to treat pancreatitis over the stones.
I am happy to consider cooking home made for him but it’s daunting.