Chronic Pancreatitis with Food Allergies in Health and Medical discussion Posted Thursday at 05:06 PM 1 hour ago, BlissfulSandy said: Oh you ain't kidding, the Hook and the GI issues are tough ones to crack. It would be a blessing to get rid the Larval leak NOW! I haven't tried Hypoallergenic/Hydrolyzed yet since my researched showed me it either has soy, chickpeas, or split pea products...not digestible for my little girl with so many issues.Yes....No switching things around at all, but I am wondering if she has a Turkey allergy now..(or n=may have had one) since she is getting sore pink spots with a black center on all her hocks and Carpus...front leg/back ankles. I wish I had a ll the answers, this is so overwhelming. I will keep onwards for the love! Cooking lots of Turkey Breast these days. Do you use a vitamin mineral supplement? I was recommenced Mypetgroce.com and ordered it, but there aren't are specific details of what is in it. I mentioned to the Dr. about the chickpeas...he said it has helped many canines. Your Grey's are so pretty!💕 Thank you for your help TIme4ANap!. BlissfulSandy With everything your hound has going on, you might want to think about doing a consult with Dr. Cuoto or having your vet consult with him if you are reaching a point of figuring out next steps. He ran the greyhound medical program at Ohio State for many years and may be able to add some insight or give you some more logical next steps. He has worked extensively with greys with various cancers, but also greys with just about any unique medical issue. He does his consults remotely and will work with any vet as well. There is a fee for his time but we found it very reasonable when we ran into things our vet couldn't explain or resolve. Cuoto Veterinary Consultants. Dr. C has worked with thousands if not tens of thousands of greyhounds. If you are okay for now, keep his info in mind if you need him at any point down the road. As far as vitamins, we've always used Springtime products based on the experience of many others here. We use their Fresh Factors and Joint Health Chewables. I'm not sure if everything in them is listed on the container, but if you call the people at Springtime and clue them in to the allergies and restrictions, they will get you the answer regarding any of their products and your dog's ability to use it safely or not. They are great to deal with. Good luck and hang in there! Give some ear rubs to your girl from us.