My 13 yr old cat was diagnosed with pancreatitis after a spec-fpl was done. It said her level was > 50 and my vet said he had never seen anything over 10. Is there more I should be concerned with? She hasn't shown much improvement after 6 days of fluids and anti inflammatories. The vet ruled out diabetes and said the blood tests were in normal ranges for being dehydrated. Thank you.View Thread
I have 4 dogs and 2 cats that sleep on the bed. It is pretty crowded with the 8 of us but we wouldn't change anything. The hardest part is when we brought home the new puppy and had to wait for her to be potty trained before she could be on the bed:)View Thread
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