Okay, I've read in a couple places that turkey skin can cause acute pancreatitis in dogs and should be avoided in their diet. True or crap? Why would turkey be any different than any other type of poultry?
It's crap. Turkey skin is no different than other poultry. All skin is fatty and old school vets think fat agravates pancreatitis but I don't think it has an effect on healthy dogs and I have my doubts about pancreatic dogs. I would have to refresh my memory on pancreatitis and I don't have time for that tonight.