Spanky's been having some digestive problems. The vets are thinking it's possibly pancreatitis, although that's not conclusive. HE is on a prescriptive canned food for another day, and then I'm supposed to start mixing it with his regular food. I had just switched him to Eagle Pack Holistic before we had this bout with his vomiting, etc. (He's not just been vomiting, though.....he's felt very bad, too). Eagle Pack is 15 percent fat. The vet has recommended lower fat than that. He says most dogs can handle 13 percent, but many can't handle 15. He also has said that even less than 13 percent fat would be good. This is the vet who saw Spanky over the weekend when he was the sickest. He went in for a recheck today and saw the regular vet, who said to leave him on the EN prescription food for another day and slowly get him back to the regular food. He didn't mention anything about fat content of the regular food. He seemed to be treating it more as something that he's getting over rather than something that is a chronic condition. I didn't ask him any more about the food because I know the vets don't necessarily recommend the foods that I would prefer. I thought I would try to look myself at some of the labels and fat contents of food. Just wondering if anyone here has recommendations of a quality food that's lower than 13 percent fat and is easy on the stomach. Maybe someone else has a dog who's had/has pancreatitis and has a food that has worked well with the condition?