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    Re: Sick little boy

    so happy to hear that its something no too serious

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    Re: Sick little boy

    Poor thing, but glad it seems to be nothing too serious.

    I would play detective and see if you can figure anything out. New bag of food, at the end of a bag of food, any new treats, etc.... Sometimes, though, we never figure these things out as he could have eaten a bug or something you just wouldn't have known about. Hope he recovers quickly!

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    Glad the vet didn't find anything serious-- really hope he feels better soon!

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    Glad to hear he got a good report (well, at least no blockage or anything like that). If you have the clean up from earlier you might look at it, just to see what was in it.... if you are playing detective, that is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by winginit66 View Post
    Glad to hear he got a good report (well, at least no blockage or anything like that). If you have the clean up from earlier you might look at it, just to see what was in it.... if you are playing detective, that is.
    I looked at it as I was cleaning it up this morning and didn't see anything unusual, just flem and dog food, which I guess is good there wasn't something unusual in it. I just feel so helpless, poor little boy!
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    I can deal with the puking, but when the puking is over and he still isn't feeling himself and breathing funny, that's when I start to panic. Good news we did get at the vet is that his liver count for the ATL is down to a normal range! Yaaaa! That made me happy because I've been worrying about that too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pbois View Post
    Poor thing, but glad it seems to be nothing too serious.

    I would play detective and see if you can figure anything out. New bag of food, at the end of a bag of food, any new treats, etc.... Sometimes, though, we never figure these things out as he could have eaten a bug or something you just wouldn't have known about. Hope he recovers quickly!
    I'm racking my brains believe me! We are in the middle of his bag of dry kibble and about done with the log of raw that was opened about 2 weeks ago. I'm brand new at this raw feeding and have no idea, but maybe that food had something bad about it, or it just simply started disagreeing with him??? I have no idea!! I don't recall the brand at the time, but the flavor he was on when we got him was "all natural" - it looked like ground beef actually. The breeder mentioned that one and turkey, which he has had since we've had him home as well. Right now he is on the quail. I'm wondering if switching flavors is upset his little tummy?
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    Re: Sick little boy

    Dogs pick up stomach viruses just like we do. I'm sure he will be fine.

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    Oh, Michelle, I hope he feels better soon. Please keep us posted!!
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    Poor baby, This is a bad time of year too, there are just so many more items for them to mess around with or ingest around the holidays. Hoping little Leo feels better soon!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tgirl View Post
    Dogs pick up stomach viruses just like we do. I'm sure he will be fine.

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    Thank you, I hope he will be, my poor little guy!

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    Oh, Michelle, I hope he feels better soon. Please keep us posted!!
    Definitely will!

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    Quote Originally Posted by MamaAndi View Post
    Poor baby, This is a bad time of year too, there are just so many more items for them to mess around with or ingest around the holidays. Hoping little Leo feels better soon!
    Yeah I know and of course we watch him like a hawk. But the vet didn't find anything in his x-ray, so I don't think he swallowed anything he should not have.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mhuinker View Post
    I'm racking my brains believe me! We are in the middle of his bag of dry kibble and about done with the log of raw that was opened about 2 weeks ago. I'm brand new at this raw feeding and have no idea, but maybe that food had something bad about it, or it just simply started disagreeing with him??? I have no idea!! I don't recall the brand at the time, but the flavor he was on when we got him was "all natural" - it looked like ground beef actually. The breeder mentioned that one and turkey, which he has had since we've had him home as well. Right now he is on the quail. I'm wondering if switching flavors is upset his little tummy?
    I'm so sorry to hear Poor Leo got sick! That's never fun for anyone. If he didn't get into anything you might think about the raw food again. I was feeding raw in the beginning and Ollie vomited a LOT on that food. Raw food has more bacteria in it that can bug the dogs tummies, its the reason I chose to go with a dry high quality food instead. Everyone is different. I sure hope he feels better soon!
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