Frankie, Kelsey, & Poochie. Tanner & Jamie at The Bridge
I took Tanner to the vet yesterday for his annual shots--he does not like to get stuck. I asked them to run an ALT on him. I've had him on Denosyl and the Hill's Prescription Diet L/D for several months now. I was so hoping the ALT was down, but it's up from 750 to 800. After the ultrasound which did not show a shunt, the vet suggested a biopsy but also said he was at risk for the anesthesia and even then they may not know what the problem is. He doesn't have any symptoms, he's frisky, eats well, eats even better since I took him off the rice & water and got some low protein food with real food in it. He seems like a normal playful little dog except for that one BIG thing. Oh, bile acids were 41/43 when we did that a few months ago, too. So if anyone has any suggestions, I would appreciate your input.