So just got back from the vet. Her tiny prolapse healed itself overnight. Vet says it's irritated and she will probably mess with it but in the end
And then to diagnose something like that when a dog on kibble has so many different ingredients that can vary to some degree coming from different suppliers? I know this is anecdotal and I have no degree's or studies to site, but I've met more then enough people who's dogs got better when they just fed them and ignored what the vet thought and flea bathed a few times.That is not a fact per the veterinarians that do allergy testing. Veterinarians will tell you food allergies are actually rare and most are environmental. It is an opinion spread on internet with zero scientific backing stated with confidence by people who have googled so it must be fact. Sorry, not sorry. That crap infuriates me. I spent years screwing around with "a chicken allergy" when it was environmental because I believe keyboard warriors. Been there, drank that Kool-aid and my dog paid the price.