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  1. My 10 1/2 year old grey, Peggy, recently suffered a severe bout of pancreatitis. After a 4 night hospitalization, she has been home from the vet for a little over a week now and seems to be doing great! (Thank goodness!) The vet told us to begin transitioning her off the Rx diet and back onto her old food. Her "old food" is Blue Buffalo grain-free chicken recipe for seniors - b/c we used to have issues with diarrhea on the food with grains. Prior to the pancreatitis she has been doing 100% great on the Blue Buffalo grain free diet. We believe the pancreatitis was linked to too many high fat 'special' treats including cheese, peanut butter and non-low fat yogurt. We foolishly didn't know that it could cause such a skinny dog such life-threatening problems, and we have since removed all of this from her diet - much to her chagrin. The Blue Buffalo label says that the crude fat content is 10% MIN. Is that ok for her? Would you guys suggest a different food for her? Also, do you all have suggestions on low fat treats? She was getting Milk Bones, but we have learned they are high in fat and have taken them out of her diet. Right now she is getting bits of boiled chicken, but that is a rather expensive and labor intensive treat to keep up for the rest of her life, which we hope to be a very, very long time. Thank you all in advance for your suggestions. -Courtney and Peggy
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