Dog throwing up after being spayed

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My young puppy just went through this and ended up being a stomach like flu he gave her some intestinal med to calm her stomach and after 2 days she's eats like normal
his nickname is Bubber and Sandy Grace is Cissy) was not ready to leave us. She is not in pain, but most uncomfortable with the throwing up. She is doing better with this since I am giving her tums. Cissy weighs around 95 pounds, so I am disolving four tums in water and administering by a syringe. I know this is short lived, but she finally accepted some shredded chicken that I had cooked for her.
I somehow agree with you.I had my cat spayed after reading that not having her spayed would be an irresponsible behaviour. The operation is not an easy one and the poor creature suffered for long and now she hates us all and feels betrayed and hides under the bed once she sees us. She was once a happy affectionate kitty who liked to sleep in my lap and purr peacefully...not any more. I think this spaying neutering propaganda is just another means to make vets rich.
I always take puppies out to pee every 2 hours, also right after they wake up, eat or after playing, to block the urine or poo and remove the scent I use white vinegar and water in a spray bottle 1/2 water to 1/2 vinegar. You will still need to use this on the hearth where he went on the brick to eliminate odor and "return" scent to mark again I spray it on wipe it off with a clean cloth. If it is possible(?
I thought God was being kind to me after my long wait. Felt very cheated when I saw the scan and no heart beat! Have to think tho....there was obviously something very wrong with that embryo, so God was being kind by sparing me so early on. I'm sure you will have nothing to worry about. Good luck with U/S. Let us know how you go. Hug 4 U!
Crates were also taken apart and washed with bleach, especially after being at dog shows. Same with stainless bowls. What do you keep your dog food in? If containers, you might want to sanitize those or replace them. Many people will store in containers and dump new food on top if the old. If moisture gets in the containers you can get mold. You walk the dogs in or around any streams or bodies of water? Just throwing out some ideas.
She didn't have to be put down as I feared she would. She was still throwing up for awhile and very sick but she seems to be feeling a lot better now. She is still on the meds and special diet and schedule.We have a check up today and I am hoping she can start to eat more food because she does have an appetite now. So far we have paid $1100 but her life is priceless to us.if we had waited until Monday she would most likely have died.
So not exactly 4 lbs, vet said AKC lists acceptable weight range as 9 to 16 for shih tzu. I was surprised she had jumped up that much, vet said sometimes after being spayed their metabolism slows down. I have not increased her food at all since then. About the temp, like I said she said it was slightly over 103, & that she felt like it was from the excitement & nervousness of being there & having stuff done to her.
From my own experience, I had one of my recent cats (Fozzy) declawed conventionally and another one (Jazzy) declawed with a laser. Jazzy was up and batting at toys within a few hours after surgery while Fozzy did seem to mope and act sore for about 24 hours post op. So, bottom line is...if declaws are done, pain relief must be used! Declawed cats do lose a signficant portion of their defenses when you remove the claws...but don't consider them completely defenseless.
well she ran upstairs to mine and gregs bedrooms, squeezed her big butt under the bed and wouldn't move when i came running up after her. she's lucky i couldn't grab her or i just may have made kitty kabobs for dinner. greg...just laughed at me. sooooo this evening i'm getting a shower apparently i needed help because the next thing i know i hear the door creak open, then MMMRRROOOOWWWWWWWWWWWWWWw and in comes venus.
I've been reading the post about end stage renal failure but I would like to know if this stage is predictable and you can actually see and know that is the case with our dog. We have a 13 yo mini Schnauzer named Schumi. She was spayed when young. She was diagnosed with KD in October 2013. She also has Mirtal Valve Disease and a bladder tumor. Her heart problem is very stable and it has not advanced much in 3 years. Her tumor has grown since we found that too.
My mom was newly divored and felt like us kids needed a pet so she brought home a little puppy in her pocket. She was a little toy poodle and just the cutest thing ever. She wound up being the best dog we ever had, too. Well behaved, no health issues, not hyper (like some can be!) and so smart. We got our next toy poodle puppy from a breeder a couple of years later. My brother picked him because he came over and crawled into his lap.
Which problems can lead to this simpthoms, generally speaking? How can I know the medicine has worked after 10 days if the fur takes about a month to grow up again?
I brought her out in the kitchen after cleaning her up a second time and bam, she did it again. After the 5th time, I went and got her cage out and put her in there. I lost count after #15. As the night grew, I basically just parked myself on the kitchen floor next to her cage and wiped her up every 10 minutes. It was so bad at this point that I had to tie a towel around her neck to protect her fur. Finally around 2am, the vomiting subsided and I could finally go to bed.
When I moved from my apartment of 8 years, where they had both lived since kittens, into a house in the country, Mittens began licking her front legs and throwing up hairballs and then would throw up white foam and couldn't stop throwing up this white foam. I had made many trips to the vet, many tests (xrays, blood work, etc.) and nothing wrong with her. She would have to get Reglin shots (pharmaceutical that blocks something in the brain that tells them they really don't have to get sick).
Other work still needs to be done but unable to afford it presently. However leading up to the tooth being pulled i was on heavy dosage of amoxicillian (875mg). currently though i am not taking any medication except Excedrin for occasional headaches. We recently had a exterminator spray our new apartment for tiny, ant infestation. So far it appears the ants are gone. We live in an apartment on ground floor. I sleep on a leather couch and sit in a leather office chair at my computer.
I found a person on the MSN body odor support forum who had a bad odor for a long time and then the odor went away after being treated for H. Pylori, but then the coughing and sneezing started after that. Interesting. Another person on the MSN board said he was also treated for H. Pylori and then the coughing/sneezing started! Question: Do any of you burp a lot? Here is a thread that should be read: Read the replies to that link also.
ggreg Thanks for the response. I agree with your assessment of smilie's blood being from hemmoroids. I too have hems, and though I didn't see blood in my stool, I did see it on the toilet paper. I haven't had that in a while. I found that warm baths, keeping the area dry, and using Pre-H really helped. Also stool can really be colored by what you eat. I found that out after drinking cranberry juice. As far as the HPylori.
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