New to EPI

Epi4Dogs Foundation Inc.’s mission is the advancement of science and education relating to EPI (Exocrine Pancreatic Insufficiency), yielding useful insights and positive outcomes in better managing EPI in dogs and cats. Our goals are to support and/or collaborate with veterinary EPI research and researchers, and to promote EPI awareness by educating the general public, pet owners, pet organizations, rescue and shelter organizations, veterinary schools and veterinarians.
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jilbert57
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State: Washington

Re: New to EPI

Post by jilbert57 » 08 Apr 2021, 16:16

Hi Debbie,
Have you settled on raw pancreas or powdered enzyme? Usually it is best for your dog to be stable before adding something new. Being stable by having good poops, no tummy rumblings, etc..
I don't really know about feeding tripe so will let someone else chime in.

Jill
My name is Jill and we live on the Hood Canal in Washington State. We currently have one pup. TJ is a 5 year old Jack Russell.

Mickey and his pancreatitis brought me to Epi4dogs.com site in 2012 to help manage it.
He lived from 6/99 - 8/2014

Mickey, Jack Russell. Chronic Pancreatitis. Dianes enzymes, 1/8t 3x/day with meals.

Tuckaboo Pam
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Country: United States
State: Florida
Pet name: Tucker
My name: Pam H.

Re: New to EPI

Post by Tuckaboo Pam » 08 Apr 2021, 18:26

Debbie, Olesia has spoken positively about green tripe, but my thought is, since you gave it before & it helped, it may be ok. If you type green tripe in the search bar, you can find some discussions about it, if that helps. ---Pam
Tucker is a shepherd/lab mix; he has tested positive on the ScheBo test for EPI, as well as the fasting TLI. Results--- TLI 1.3, Folate 9.7, Cobalamin 666, Lipase 38. Currently taking Diane's Enzymes 4 teaspoons/day, Wonderlab B12 capsules 2-3 per week, slippery elm 1/2 teaspoon/day, Proviable 1 capsule/day, and Tylan 1/16 teaspoon/day. Sport Dog Elite, herding dogs 4 cups/day. No more poop eating, his weight is steady, and he is a happy member of the family, though a bit of a stinker, if you ask the other dogs. Tucker is my boyfriend, and my husband is OK with that.

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