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Hey I have a dog who is 4 years old and her name is Prissy and she has been vomiting and having diarrhea.
So we switched to Clavamax - with more vomiting and then to Amoxicillan - again more vomiting. The violence of the vomiting is less, but she still vomits within 5 minutes of taking any antibiotic. The vet then tried having us give her Gastricalm prior to the Amoxicillan, but that didn't help at all. We are going back to the vet later this week to discuss what to do next, but would appreciate any advice that other folks have about how to deal with this situation.
My dog has just finished a round of clavamox for a uti ...now she is vomiting anything she puts on her stomach. What should I do?
Either these symptoms are caused by the initial infection the Clavamox was prescribed for (?) Or they are side effects of the Clavamox. Or possibly from destruction of beneficial intestinal bacteria, which can follow antibiotic treatment. I can't say for certain what is causing the vomiting/diarrhea. I think you could call your vet and ask advice?
My dog has just finished a round of clavamox for a uti ...now she is vomiting anything she puts on her stomach. What should I do?
In the next two days, both of my dogs were mopey and throwing up. We came home and took our girl dog to the vet. He said gastritis. Sent her home with enough meds for her and brother. Clavamox and hi vite and centrinine. The female dog has made remarkable progress while the male has gotten worse. He is throwing up everything I give him by syringe. And has now started throwing up blood. It is bright red. We dont have any more money to take him to the vet. What can we do to help him?
Our 2yr dog had vomitted several times one evening,seemed week,and had a pale tongue. took him in and there was no abdominal, pain eyes seems clear and white.Normal breathing and heart rate. Xray clear, how ever his liver enzymes were elevated 400, was put on metronidazole and Sulcrate Suspension. Two days later bloodwork showed a climb to 500. Keep in mind that other than intial vomiting days earlier his over all personallity has returned to normal. now been precribed Clavamox.
Jake, our 8 y/o neutered male Dobe has yet another UTI diagnosed yesterday. This time, he presented with vomiting a couple times a day for 2-3 weeks, excessive water drinking, and excessive urination. (He's had repeated infections before, but those were very obvious with bloody urine and frequent, small accidents). This time we're pretty stumped b/c of the appearance of his urine. No blood at all in it. It is highly, highly dilute, even when his water intake is restricted.
For the past 3 weeks, our 12 yr old dog has been going out to urinate much more often than she used to. She squats for a long time to urinate, but nothing comes out. Sometimes a teaspoon of urine comes out. I caught some today and it looks somewhat cloudy. I asked my local vet how much it would cost to diagnose her condition. He said he would need to do an x-ray, urine test & blood test. It would cost $700-$800.
took her off the clavamox due to vomiting but kept up with everything else.
Kennel cough causes coughing that sounds like whopping cough and can be so severe that can actually lead to vomiting. Other possibilities are collapsing trachea, heart disease and allergies. Benadryl can be tried at 1 mg per pound. The average Shih Tzu would require a 12.5 mg. tablet up to 4 times per day. Kennel cough may require antibiotics and cough medicine, if severe.
Our 2yr dog had vomitted several times one evening,seemed week,and had a pale tongue. took him in and there was no abdominal, pain eyes seems clear and white.Normal breathing and heart rate. Xray clear, how ever his liver enzymes were elevated 400, was put on metronidazole and Sulcrate Suspension. Two days later bloodwork showed a climb to 500. Keep in mind that other than intial vomiting days earlier his over all personallity has returned to normal. now been precribed Clavamox.
Maybe your dog should also be on digestive enzymes. I think that the vomiting should be investigated, maybe with endoscopy with biopsy. 4. Dogs with chronic urolithiasis and chronic urinary tract infections should be monitored diagnostically by frequent urinalysis's (every 2-3 months) and by bladder X-rays every 3 months. Bladder X-Rays do show struvite/triple phosphate crystals, whereas ultrasound is necessary for other crystal types.
We asked our other dog to go to the dog park around noon and the patient clearly wanted to go (ran to the door with his toy, tail wagging). At the park he was running and wasnt even coughing until evening. He was coughing again yesterday evening and a bit overnight. I was watching him breathe and his breathing is normal (about 30-40 breaths a minute), he doesnt seem to be struggling when he breathes, just a cough/hack. I cant reeally hear rattling in his lungs but i do hear it in his throat.
I have a wonderful 3 and 1/2 year old Hungarian Vizsla. My dog began vomiting 3 days ago, we took him to the Vet yesterday. They completed x-rays, blood work, and a urine sample. The results were this: Fluid build-up in the abdomen Severe Dehydration Protein in urine- indicating kidney disease We have been pushing fluids for 24 hours- he has received IV anti-biotics- however when he drinks water, he will vomit within 2-3 hours.
My dog has been vomiting, 14yrs old has had liver problem at age 5 but well from then on. Something attacked her liver, bacteria from animal, etc but never determined at that time. Now, recently started to vomit. Took dog to vet for that , and said the rabbie shot was due , she had one 3 yrs ago , but don't remember a reaction then. They gave her a rabbie shot which I would of not had them give her, but had to have my husband take her and didn't say anything.
Two weeks ago I adopted a dog from a rescue shelter from a different state. Before he was in the shelter, he was a victim of a puppy mill. He is 1 1/2 year old male Maltese/Bichon mix. Since we brought him home is has been scratching excessively. I took him to the groomers to get cut down this past Saturday. The groomer called me frantically saying that after she cut him, he scratched himself raw and that I needed to take him to the vet. He has no fleas or flea dirst visible.
She plays, eats, drinks, sleeps and even chews on toys she can get her mouth around. She plays with my other dog. She barks and growls. No vomiting. No diarrhea. She gained weight between her Friday and Monday appointments (0.3 lb) so she is thriving in every other way. We have had her just over 2 weeks so it is hard to determine if this is something she was born with or something that she contracted. Either way it seems to be progressing.
I'm sorry that your question went unanswered...First, I don't know what a "Mi-Ki" is! But IMO, any issue is harder on such a small dog..... Because I don't know what he is & the first thing I think about is bad breeding, I would suspect a Liver Shunt with such high levels of enzymes in such a young puppy (I guess it's a puppy?)..... Please, let us know what you find out.....Jerry's correct, it may will help others in the future.......
Lethargy, anorexia, panting, hind leg weakness, gastrointestinal problems, vomiting, and hair thinning, were the symptoms that forced you to take your dog to the vet initially. These symptoms can be signs of endocrine disorders, specifically Hypoadrenocorticism (Addison's Disease), Hyperadrenocorticism (Cushing's Syndrome), and hypothyroid. I think that your dog may have had undiagnosed Addison’s disease (Hypoadrenocorticism).
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We used it for awhile and the last time ended up with both cats at the vet with unexplained vomiting - and a $1400 vet bill). Good Luck!
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