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    Diet post anal pro lapse

    Hello,

    For those that remember me, its been a while I know but times were a bit tough after losing Ellie.However, devastated though I still am, I have decided that life without a dog is just unbearable, so as of 11 April 2017 I will become 'mum' to a six month old rescued American Bulldog called Bell. She has not has a very good start and was left abandoned and half starved at the side of a road with an anal prolapse that required surgery. Anyway she has had surgery at the rescue centre and is on the mend but she is on a 'special diet' for it which I think is a sensitive form of dry food. I always fed raw with Ellie and I think its the best (obviously any small bones would be off the menu for quite some time) but they said to me to ask my vet what is best diet-wise. Well as many of us would argue, with the greatest of respect, vets aren't always the best 'go to' on nutrition. So can anyone help or does anyone know a canine nutritionist? I would really like specialist qualified advice on this if possible.

    Please help

    I didn't find the right solution from the internet.

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    Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by johntimber View Post
    Hello,

    For those that remember me, its been a while I know but times were a bit tough after losing Ellie.However, devastated though I still am, I have decided that life without a dog is just unbearable, so as of 11 April 2017 I will become 'mum' to a six month old rescued American Bulldog called Bell. She has not has a very good start and was left abandoned and half starved at the side of a road with an anal prolapse that required surgery. Anyway she has had surgery at the rescue centre and is on the mend but she is on a 'special diet' for it which I think is a sensitive form of dry food. I always fed raw with Ellie and I think its the best (obviously any small bones would be off the menu for quite some time) but they said to me to ask my vet what is best diet-wise. Well as many of us would argue, with the greatest of respect, vets aren't always the best 'go to' on nutrition. So can anyone help or does anyone know a canine nutritionist? I would really like specialist qualified advice on this if possible.

    Please help

    I didn't find the right solution from the internet.

    References:
    https://positively.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=23537
    Infographic Production Agency

    Thank you
    You should justcall around to any vet that might specialize in this and ask for advice

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    I have an American Bully and have been around the Bully type breeds my entire life. One of my best friends owns Rynoline XL and Rynoline Pitbulls and has been breeding for around 15 years. Bully breeds (American Bully, American Bulldog, Pitbull, Bull Terrier, Staffordshire Terrier, English, French, Bull Mastiffs, etc) tend to come with their own issues. Namely allergies to foods and skin allergies to their surroundings. 90% of these things can be helped with a good RAW diet and supplements. Your situation seems pretty unique to your rescue but I stand behind a raw diet, Jax N Daisy shampoo and Doc's Oils. (Sorry for the plug but its true.) Those 3 things have helped my Gunnar to get through so many different ailments.

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