New poster here looking for some opinions/ My 11 yr old dog (55 lbs) pit/pointer mix was recently diagnosed with PLN.
The vet said she will need to be on a prescription diet the rest of her life and medication. The food is expensive. I put her on Hills K/d and she hates the dry so I bought her the wet food which she eats just fine, but reading some articles about prescription diets I’m wondering if this is a scam. I would be spending $1600/year on her food if I keep giving her canned. Does anyone have experience with this disease? I’m open to feeding her a raw diet too. I just find it outrageous to spend that much on her prescription food and wondering if it’s all a scam and I could get the same results from a raw diet….I do need to talk to my vet about this and I may even get a second opinion. Any feedback is much appreciated!anonymousMember
I would go by your veterinarian’s recommendation. Your dog is a senior and has a medical condition that will not go away.
Outrageous ($$) is when the dog becomes very sick and you have to go to the emergency vet on a Sunday evening.
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Check the comments too. You can post a question if you wish, but the veterinarian cannot give you specific advice as he has not examined your dog.
PS: There are no veterinarians here at DFA.anonymousMember
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