How to feed a dog with Pancreatic Problem

Bad digestion and bad absorption: The pancreas produces enzymes for the digestion of protein, fat and carbohydrates. The stomach and the thin intestine also segregates enzyme although the pancreas is vital for a normal digestion. Anyone of these enzymatic systems can fail, temporary or permanently, due to an illness or a genetic weakness. Then, by not digesting the food, it will cause a diarrhea or soft grounds in a persistent way. A veterinarian can diagnose the alteration by doing a test with sample of grounds, and detect the faulty enzymatic system. The treatment can help the natural digestion by means of oral administration of prepared enzymatic and an adjustment of the diet from those nutrients that the dog is not digesting. It is essential to follow conscientiously the instructions of the veterinarian to maintain the health of the dog and to eliminate the diarrhea.

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