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    I don’t believe our dog has kidney issues. He had twice gotten a hold of chocolate (1 the kids Halloween candy that he got off a table, he jumped onto it like a cat. 2. a bag of assorted minis at Christmas, he learned how to open the pantry) and I am concerned that this may have damaged them not to the point of being ill but possibly to the point of injuring them and shortening their life. It was mostly milk choc and might have gotten 1 or 2 pieces of dark.

    Short of doing blood work to make sure he is fine or number are ok (this happened 2 years ago) I was hoping to be proactive with the food that would not strain on them. I see that people adjust diets to cut down on pancreatitis so was wondering if there was a brand that seemed kidney friendly.

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