I am at the end of my rope. 4 years later and Thora is still having issues that my vets can't get to the bottom of. I am so tired of watching my girl suffer... it just breaks my heart. Why is it so hard to get a diagnosis and get her better?!?! Anyways.... Thora isn't eating. Saturday and Sunday she picked at her food, but for the most part she would sniff and walk away She eventually would eat by the end of the evening, but wasn't enthusiastic about it and it took her several attempts to finish it all. She laid around all day and was clearly just not feeling well. This morning (Monday) was a repeat. She didn't eat before I left for work and laid around all morning. We have a towel under her bowl because she makes a mess of the Sojos/Wellness blend, and she was nosing the edge of the towel like she wanted to cover her food? But then she just walked away. I thought we had figured out the triggers to her problem (see this thread https://boxerworld.com/forums/threads/we-figured-it-out-anxiety-triggered-stomach-chaos.171055/), but this came out of the blue. Usually when she has an attack like this it lasts half a day and she recovers. It is usually accompanied by diarrhea and often some vomiting. Not this time (yet). Her poos are on the soft side, but she's mostly been eating kibble since I can't leave the Sojos out and her poos are always soft when she doesn't have the raw mixed in. Yesterday her belly was squealing a bit like it usually does when she has her attacks, but other than loss of appetite and depressed, nothing else is jumping out. I gave her some pepcid 3 days in a row now because the vet said it might help. She saw the vet 7/13 for her annual shots and they ran blood work on her liver & kidneys in order to prescribe us Xanax for her anxiety, and the results are mildly elevated for both. The new vet remarked that her liver enzymes were slightly elevated last time she had blood work done but the kidney is new. (Last time was maybe 6 months ago - we had her in for a particularly bad episode when I switched her food- they found nothing and put her on flagyl and an rx probiotic.) He wants me to bring in a urine sample to investigate further but I haven't had time to get a sample over, so I'm going to try to do that tomorrow morning and have DH run it over in the afternoon (does urine go bad?). These are the results of her most recent bloods. I googled, of course, but it didn't tell me a whole lot. The vet said *it's possible* that her frequent episodes of sickness could be the cause of the elevations, but he can't say for certain. ALT 44 (5-50UL) ALPNEW 547 (6-64UL) *** TBILI 0.3 (0.1-0.6MG/DL) TP 7.2 (5.5-7.1G/DL) * PHOS 3.5 (2.5-5MG/DL) GLU 119 (70-118MG/DL) * BUN 21 (8-24MG/DL) CREAT 1.3 (0.4-1.2MG/DL) * GGT 6 (0-20U/L) AST 22 (10-62U/L) CK_NEW 311 (50-300U/L) ** BUN_CR 16.2 (4-27) Not one of the vets has mentioned pancreatitis when we've brought her in and discussed her attacks. I don't know a whole lot about it but I know a handful of regular members have dealt with it. Does this sound like it? She's VERY sensitive to food changes, so she gets very little handouts and is on high quality food. I tried digestive enzymes a few times but nothing ever seemed to change and they were expensive, so we stopped. Someone... err, Pam maybe? suggested psyllium husk, but the few times I've remembered to look for it I couldn't find it. I just ordered Milk Thistle caps to try for liver therapy.