I have a 10 year old siberian husky. Her liver, and pancreas levels are very high. Her urine also has a high level
of protien. Dr put her on clavamox, tramadol,metronidazole, and famotidine. Her other test came back that she had
pancreatitis. Dr said very bland diet. We even stopped giving her samples of what we were eating. A week later her
blood work showed that her levels came down a lot. So we thought it was her diet. Her 3rd test thelevels went back
up again. The only thing different from 2nd and 3rd blood test was that she was no longer on clavaox. She is active
her stools are good, and she has a good apatite. Dr ordered a ultra sound. Has any one experienced any thing like this?
Interesting I have a 10 yr old Siberian Husky that tests came back showing high liver enzemes. After having an ultra sound the vet discovered a tumor the size of a grapefruit. The tumor was removed and it was benign. At the time of surgery a biopsy showed high copper in her liver. She also has high cholesterol & triglycerides.This is being treated with mega-derm fish oil and niacin. For the copper I give her 100 ml of Zinc. Also on Denameran for chol & Tri. Great appetite, walks 1 mile every day. Stool is well formed. Recent blood work shows a reduction in the elivated enzemes, Chol & Tri.
What were the ultra sound results?
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