The Pancreatitis could have been caused separately, or it could be a side eddect of the Clavamox. But as she tolerated Clavamox well before, with no problems (how long ago?) -it may be that some dietary issue might be behind the pancreatitis.
Can you recall what she was fed just before she became sick? Did she get ham, Turkey skin, anything at all fatty -even some cheese?
Sorry about typos in my reply.
Hello, Ginger. Thank you for your reply!
My dog didn't eat anything out of the ordinary before she got sick. She was on a regular diet of Orijens Senior food in the morning and has a small plate of string beans at night. Treats have always been Greenies, Charlie Bears and Milkbone's MarroSnacks. For now, the vet has her eating 4 small meals a day (a combo of Prescription Diet's W/D, smaller amounts of the Orijens, rice or pasta, and boiled chicken).
The last time she took Clavamox was about 9 months ago with no issues for her recurring skin dermatitis. This time she was vomiting yellow bile (with no food in it) in the early a.m. hours. Then a couple days later, she would vomit right after a meal. She hasn't vomited for 3 days now after being on a controlled diet and receiving a Cerenia (anti-vomit) injection.
Her stools appear normal with no diarrhea.
She was diagnosed with low thyroid a couple years ago but that has been under control since ever since as she takes Soloxine.
In researching her blood levels along with the tremors, skin and eye ailments, I am wondering if it could possibly be TOXOPLASMOSIS or NEOSPOROSIS as my dog is attracted to cat feces (we do not have a cat but sometimes on walks, she will quickly eat this before I can stop her). Another idea is possibly ADDISON'S DISEASE. I am going to discuss this with our vet and the eye doctor on Monday.