My german shepherd is vomitting and hasnt pooped or ate what can I do?
my german shepherd is 3 yeards old since friday he has been vomiting and not eatting. he hasnt pooped either since then but he still trys but nothing happen. he just lays around all day and I have to get him up so that he can pee
Make sure he is getting water in him. This is very important. Take him to a vet as soon as you can. He may have a virus in his tummy.
If you are spiritually open, and you believe in God as well as Jesus, lay your hands on him. Speak to the sickness and bind it in Jesus' name. I know, I know, sounds crazy, but it saved my cats life when the vet was almost certain her was going to die.
I hope he feels better!
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