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by Gwyneth Dufton
(Perth Western Australia)
Hello, My female Schnauzer Holly had oxalate stones removed from her bladder approximately 3yrs ago, since then l have been extremely careful with her food. She is on a natural cooked diet of roo meat with vegetables such as pumpkin, bokchoy, peas, zucchini, to which l add supplements like digestive enzymes, Vitagest, fish oil and cranberry also Potassium citrate that my vet advised.
Lately Holly appears to be thinner, l have mentioned this to her vet and she checked her out; so l'm wondering what foods l can safely add to her diet to help her regain some weight. l feel she has lost the weight due to the lack of vegetables that would normally bulk her out.
Would be grateful if you could advise on a recipe that would be more satisfying for her. Would she benefit from oil such as Safflower etc.
Hope you can help.
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