Wondering what to feed a dog with pancreatitis? Our Pancreatic Support meal formulation is the perfect choice for dogs that require a low-fat, low-protein dog food that’s chock-full of wholesome nutrition. This formulation has approximately 639 calories per pound.
If your dog is suffering from pancreatic issues, a low-protein diet (on either a temporary or permanent basis) can help.
Why Low-Protein Dog Food?
The downside to grain-free dog food is that something has to take the place of all those carbs. And that something is usually a fatty protein.
More and more veterinarians have started to recommend a low-fat dog food with higher-quality, human-grade sources of protein as a healthier alternative to processed kibble and canned dog foods. More wholesome and nutritious proteins—such as those found in Rick’s Dog Deli meals—can help alleviate the symptoms of pancreatitis and renal problems.
First of all, higher-quality proteins are easier for your dog to digest, so you can feed them less of it, but see better results.
Second, our Pancreatic Support dog food includes ingredients such as avocado and coconut to provide a higher percentage of medium-chain fatty acids as opposed to saturated fats. It’s healthier for your dog and they love the taste!
Best Dog Food For Pancreatitis
Putting your dog on a pancreatitis diet doesn’t have to be boring. Your dog should enjoy their food!
At Rick’s Dog Deli, our focus is on high-quality, human-grade nutrition that’s uniquely formulated for your dog’s health needs. Most low-fat dog food brands for pancreatitis are heavily processed and rely on fillers like corn starch and by-product meal.
The Pancreatic Support meal formulation from Rick’s Dog Deli is the best dog food for pancreatitis and pancreatic issues you can find.