I am just seeing if anyone has any advice.. My pup a less than one year old chihuahua/ jack russel mix is acting very lethargic tonight. he even has a lump under his skin on his back. I will take to vet tomorrow but am very worried! Anyone have any ideas what could be wrong/
Sorry to hear your pup is sick.
I hope it turns out to be something simply taken care of.
It is possible he could have been bitten. He did get sick a few minutes ago so he might be on his way to feeling better. He is resting with his favorite person right now.. thanks for your concern....
It could be disk disease - you may have to bring your dog to a doggie neurologist.
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