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IBD in CATS

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  • #2919
    Anonymous

    My six year old ragdoll was diagnosed with IBD, only through a process of elimination, because she was vomiting constantly. Instead of placing her on Hill’s Z/D (OK, I tried it for one day – but she became even more ill), I am giving her a raw meat diet and the EVO dry food. She is 90% better. My question is, can you get a dry food without any carbs whatsoever? Evo has potato as a binder and I suspect it is hard to digest.
    Any suggestions to keep Molly healthy?
    Thanx

    #2923
    Dr. Jeff Feinman
    Keymaster

    [quote=jojoiscute]can you get a dry food without any carbs whatsoever? Any suggestions to keep Molly healthy?
    [/quote]

    ZiwiPeak “dry”is the closest you’re going to get [url]https://www.homevet.com/osc/product_info.php?cPath=8&products_id=71[/url].

    For maximal health, stick with the fresh food feeding which you have been doing (and which is working). You can try mixing in some Ziwi and see if that works.

    Dr. Jeff

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