Hey Moms, thanks for the welcome : )
Nope. It was my Vet who recommended it. I cross-checked it with the other Vet, he agreed with it.
The thing here is none of the vets think there is a renal problem. It's just my fear/suspicion due to the protein in urine. And the increased creatinine(though in the normal range).
He is 31kgs, I feed him 250gms of boneless chicken, which is around 70gms of protein. From what @thegooseman90
says, he should be eating 31 x 2 = 62gms/day. Other than the meat, he gets rice, vegetables, curd/yogurt, fruits, eggs in rotation which add to another 10gms. So, he gets around 80gms/day? Does that warrant 1+ protein leak in urine in a 40C summer heat? THAT I want to know.
(Also, it's 250gms raw, once cooked might become 200gms? Which makes it 60gms protein? So that makes it 70-75 gm/day. Does that leak out? :/)
Another point to mention, it's been a month or less since shifting to feeding chicken daily, does that mean something? His body adjusting to it and hence, the leak?
s: Thank you. Have read them up. Though I'm confused about what greeny leafs to use? I run into some or other article contradicting use of almost every greeny leaf. So haven't given him any so far.
Planning to give cabbage though, that was the only one with least contradictions.
Yup, I give him pre,pro-biotics and enzymes powder.
@Homeo: I've given him Homeo for liver issues, now giving for his gastric problems. Effective. But my question is, is there a renal problem to give medication? lol... Or should I go the preventive way? Maybe a homeo immune booster would help?
: Haha, I was worried about his bright yellow urine so measured the quantity *sheepish grin*.
@Fat: What to give? Any suggestions? I read up Cheddar cheese being good. But in his daily, regular diet, what works?