Our 9.5 year old Labrador has been a paw licker his whole life, he has granuloma's on the tops of both of his front paws. Recently, he has been having a "break-out" in-between his toes/pads on the under-side of his feet. In an effort to soothe this he has been to the vet, had a course of antihistamines and we have started him on a diet including more omega3 and fatty acids to help improve his skin irritation. It's a milky substance mixed in with his dry food at dinner time. He has now started dropping weight, and taking hours to eat his food with and without the suppliment. we have had a battery of tests done with the vet and can find no cause (feacal, urine, blood-panel) and his exercise time involves runs/walks 4-5 days a week. We have changed his food for 2 week periods but cannot get him to eat without it taking him 2 hours. What else can we try?
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