by jovi10 8 years ago
He swallowed it last night. It's a knee high stocking that women wear instead of full length stockings.He hasn't passed it yet. Should I wait some more or try to get him to vomit it out?He is eating and drinking water and has gone on the wee wee pads 3x today and nothing. Please help!
by ark2010 2 years ago
Hi there I have a Border collie who is about 8 years old and isn't neutered.This morning he began to limp on his back legs - predominantly on his left leg. He seem to want to avoid weight on his back left leg as well, but the right is the main one. Does anyone know why this would be? Muscle strain,...
by SavannahEve 7 years ago
Hi all,I would deeply appreciate any advice given. Our 16 year old Shepherd is about at the point where we will need to help him on his way. He can barely walk and according to the vet, his heart is giving out. He is in pain and tired and he has no will to live or eat or...
by JRickert 5 years ago
How to help a 7 year old dog lose weight?Alright, so I have an overweight Brittany Spaniel. She's a hunting dog and runs around nonstop in our sizable back yard. Even though she runs around all day, she is still very fat. We only feed her breakfast and dinner (lamb meal- medium size dog) and not...
by stacylynn65 8 years ago
one day my dog stoped eating,and she wasent able to get up or walked. she was drinking alot of...water. what could this be?
by Peeples 5 years ago
Unexplained weight loss in dog, just sign of getting old?11 year old dog. She has lost about 10 pounds this month. The vet doesn't find anything and tells me to wait it out. There have been no diet or activity changes and food has been increased. She is on Blue Buffalo dog food with partial raw...
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