I need some advice about what to feed my 9 yr old Miniature Schnauzer. Five years ago he had two surgeries to remove medium – large calcium oxalate stones. At that time his vet prescribed Royal Canin Urinary S.O. dry dog food. Now, four years later, his triglyceride level is 4X what it is supposed to be. The vet was very concerned, and had us change to Royal Canin Low-fat Canned food. (The most disgusting smelling stuff ever, but the dog loves it.). His x-rays show that he again has some tiny stones that are the size of a grain of sand. Can anyone suggest a food (preferably dry) that is low fat/carb and will help with the stones. Also, he is allergic to beef. So we also have that to deal with. Thanks for any help provided.anonymousMember
Hope this helps.
Per the search engine https://www.dogfoodadvisor.com/forums/search/calcium+oxalate/SusanParticipant
Hills I/d Digestive Care, Low Fat Restore, Rice, Vegetable & Chicken stew wet can
Hills I/d Digestive Care, Low Fat Restore dry formula,
Hills I/d Digestive Care, Stress, Rice Vegetables & Chicken low fat stew wet can
Hills I/d Digestive Care, Stress dry low fat formula.
How It Works:
Highly digestible & low in fat
Enriched with prebiotic fibre & ginger
High levels of omega-3 fatty acids
Clinically proven antioxidants
How It Helps:
Improves digestion & ensures easy nutrient absorption
Promotes beneficial microflora
Reduces risk of urinary stone formation
Supports a healthy immune system
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