49114Re: [FH] Challenging a Vet??
- Oct 20 6:55 PMHi Dr Plasket,
When I my boy Tino had nausea (he had CHF) my Dr here in NY had me give him a small amount of pepcid....I do NOT remember the dose and would never recommend it without the advise of a Dr, but would that be a possibility to help Romeeoh with his vomiting problem?
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& new kitty "Jackson tht Rescue cat"
On Saturday, October 19, 2013 11:00 PM, Karen Plasket <slammerfold@...> wrote:
Hi Mirsades,I am a vet. One can of Fancy Feast a day is NOT enough for any kitty. If you are feeding nothing but canned food, let Romeeoh have as much as he wants...at this point, losing 2 pounds is the least of his worries. If you are adding in dry food, I would limit the amount of dry he gets. I would also consider getting him on a prescription diet food such as Hill's for his heart. No need to challenge his vet directly.Karen Plasket, DVM-----Original Message-----
From: Mirsades <mirsades@...>
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Sent: Sat, Oct 19, 2013 5:05 pm
Subject: [FH] Challenging a Vet??
Hi everyone....I was just looking on a can of fancy feast when I was at Petsmart and it said to feed 1 can per 3 1/2 pounds of body weight. My vet said she only wanted him to have no more than 1 can a day!!!! He weighs 12 pounds, she wants him to lose 2 pounds. I can’t do that to him, that would be starving him and he wants to eat more, poor thing.I’m afraid if I tell the vet that isn’t enough food she may not want to work with me on him, thinking I’m not going to do what she says. Oh gosh I hate this....she’s my 3rd vet and one that showed more care than the other two. Any suggestions how to approach this with her? I think I’d rather have him happy for whatever time I have left with him than starving.For all I know, the heart ultrasound may not be as bad as the ultrasound vet that did it said and I wonder about the abdominal ultrasound now. Vet #3 said she didn’t think he had IBD because he didn’t have the symptoms, just the regurgitation in the morning after he ate but then he re-ate it without a problem. It also makes me wonder about the diagnosis of possible resolving pancreatitis??Mirsades & Romeeoh <=^..^=>
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