Vomiting dog fever

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Watch her close and as soon as you see other signs like, vomiting with or without anything being produced, abdominal pain, fever, diarrhea of any kind or color - then it's time to head to the ER.
Any other symptoms? Vomiting? Diarrhea? Fever? Indoor or outdoor dog? Any chance the dog ate something dangerous? How big is the dog? A tiny dog who suddenly won't eat is in more peril than a larger dog, but both need to be carefully watched. Offer boiled chicken and bland, cooked white rice perhaps mixed with cooled chicken broth. if the dog shows any other symptoms that are worriesome, or doesn't eat by tomorrow, a vet visit is certainly indicated.
Gall stones in dogs, unlike in people rarely cause disease. When disease does occur in can including vomiting, abdominal pain and fever. Does your dog have any of these symptoms? If the stone is causing a problem it would have to be surgically removed.
Fever for 4 days, aches, HORRIBLE sore throat, coughing, stuffy, then on the 5th day vomiting. Today on the 6th day I am finally beginning to see improvement, no fever, not as stuffy. However STILL extremely nauseous so now I am assuming it is a symptom of the pregnancy, not the flu. It's hard to tell! I was told by the Dr. that colds and flu can hit pregnant women twice as hard and last 3 times as long, so I am lucky I am feeling better now.
nausea, vomiting, diarrhea or bloody diarrhea, abdominal cramping and fever. Rarely, Salmonella can result in more serious ailments including arterial infections, endocarditis, arthritis, muscle pain, eye irritation and urinary tract symptoms. Consumers exhibiting these signs after having contact with this product should contact their healthcare providers. Pets with Salmonella infections may have decreased appetite, fever and abdominal pain.
Fever Because fever causes elevated temperatures, a dog may pant because it is over heating. Dogs have a fever when a rectal temperature of over 102.5 degrees is recorded. Cool sponges passed on the dog' s paws, abdominal area and armpit area may help cool the dog a bit and lower the fever. However, dogs with fevers should be seen by a vet to find an underlying cause.
My dog used to eat all kinds of weird things...rubber bands, hair scrunchies, even a childs sock. And everytime it passed through her system just fine, so I would think this would too, becuase it would deffinently be more slippery than a sock. But you do need to make sure they go to the restroom regularly, if you think they aren't, like they are constipated, than it could have gotten stuck in their intestine and then take them to the vet. However, I do think they will be fine...
If she has not been spayed, it is possible she could have Pyometra. But usually that would present with lethargy, possible fever, vomiting, and almost certainly loss of appetite. Also with that usually the dog wouldn't be behaving normally, but would look and feel quite sick. That sometimes, but not always presents with vaginal discharge, often an unpleasant discharge.
My dog has been very sick. His name is Simon Joe and he is 9 years old - Golden Retriever. Vet determined he has a very bad infection. His WBC was 24,000, but has come down in the last few days with IV antiobotics and fluids. He has been tested for everything and had x-ray completed and we still have no answer of what is causing the infection. Since his WBC levels dropped, the Vet sent him home on Saturday (yesterday).
Hello, I was just told that my dog is having kidney issues. Doc prescribed her Hill's K/D, prednisone, vitamin B6 and a vitamin called proage. We will go in 2 weeks to have her blood tested to see how her numbers are. He didnt think it was necessary to test now and he was certain what the issue is. My question is that she always drank about a liter a day, which I didnt think was over the top, although I did think it was slightly more than normal.
My dog has been sick for over a week now. To begin with he was throwing up some, but very active and himself. Then on Friday, he started breathing heavily, no more throwing up but would not eat or drink anything. He started acting very very strange. He would not walk, we had to carry him, hes nose is dry, he wont lick, wag his tail anything. It sounded like he kept stoped breathing during the night so we stayed up with him. We took him Saturday am immediately to the vet.
Previcox For Dogs Review Previcox is given to your dog in a chewable tablet which makes it easier to get your dog to take its medicine. Dogs love the flavor and usually have no problems taking the tablets at all. You should keep a close eye on your dog when first starting the Previcox treatment as side effects have been reported in some breeds. Some side effects include vomiting, skin rash, lethargy, and bloody stool.
The most common form of parvo is parvo enteritis, which would cause anorexia, vomiting, diarrhea, lethargy, and sometimes fever. Drinking excessively, stong urine, and urinating inappropriately are not symptoms of parvo usually, but they can be symptoms of Leptospirosis. Leptospriosis can be deadly. Many vet's don't automatically vaccinate for leptospirosis any longer, since there have been so many side effects from the vaccine.
My 2 yr old maltese died suddenly on Wednesday, what happened?? She was a small dog around 2.4lbs but seemed very healthy. She had her vaccinations about a month prior and the vet did a blood test and said her white cell count was a little low but that it was probably nothing and gave me some penicillin and said she would fine. All i know is when i left to work in the morning she was fine, just smiling and wagging her tail like usual.
He also recommended a bland diet and to see how she does. No fever. The peeing seems better but if she is vomiting everything then there is nothing going throw her. She is lethargic as would be expected with no intke of food or water. I feel so bad for her she clearly is not well. Any advice is welcome. Does waiting 24 hours seem ok? Thanks for any thoughts.
Yes she is eating and drinking no fever or vomiting etc she just looks sad and laying down and not playful. Yes I think its best to take her to get checked because I don't know much about this.
my dog just turned 8 on May 18th. He was a 17.5 pound maltese-shitzu mix named Cujo. He was in perfect health for his entire life.On May 24th I took him to an ER vet because he was acting lethargic. He had a fever of 102.5 . His heart rate was perfect. He was given an antibiotic. The next day I went to my regular vet and his temp was up to 103.2 . Full blood work was done. His poop was tested for a parasite and he was tested for Lyme disease. I had to wait a day for the blood work to come back.
section in a day or two and see if you can get some good advice from some Valley Fever dog people, and I'll try to keep an eye on you.
My daughter is two years old and this past Sunday she woke up vomiting. At the time we thought that most likely she had gotten into some bad food because her Father had picked her up a chicken tenders kids meal late that night when the place was about to close. Well she fell back to sleep that morning and when she woke back up she was fine. She was playing and running and laughing all day. She even rode a carousel! Well that night (Sunday)while she was sleeping she threw up again.
There is a stool test for Parvo which can tell quite quickly, if it is this virus or not. Parvo does usually present with a fever, lethargy, vomiting, and very watery diarrhea usually with blood . But even though your dog doesn't seem too bad otherwise, there is no harm in being certain. If it IS just a very badly upset belly, well, you will have erred on the safe side.
I have a dog who is 4 years old and her name is Prissy and she was spayed in september and she been having alot of problems since then, she been vomiting and wont hardly eat and been running fever, which she has done this before because she has inflammatory bowel and pancreatic insufficiency, so the vet said maybe that was causing ehr problems, but she kept getting a abscess on her incision and the vet kept draining it but it wouldnt get better, but friday she started running a high fever and he
My dog has lost about 20 pounds in the last two months, he eats voraciously and he has had nearly constant watery diarrhea the whole time. No sign of fever, vomiting, but he is lethargic. He has been to two different vets, has been tested for giardia and distemper, has had a blood test, has been wormed and has received antibiotics. The latest theory is that he is iron deficient and was given vitamin supplements and steroids, as well as another antibiotic.
Not as much as your pooch, perhaps, but my vet kept our dog for alot longer. He went on to recover with no ill effects. I hope your dog continues to improve. Is there any possibility he could also have Lyme? I've had two with it and the joints were involved with both. Best to you and again, good health to your dog.
30a, no vomiting, no diarrhea, no symptoms, nothing unusual in the yard. He had a bad habit of eating sticks, wood (he always chewed on our deck), but he had no symptoms of being ill AT ALL. I came home 5:45p, & according to the vet he'd been gone since @ 3 or 4p. His necropsy showed twigs, rocks & plastic (what you put under rock landscaping). His digestive tract up to his belly was normal. From there to his colon it was red, inflamed, lesions, then from colon on it was normal.
So I did... for this week. Brena is a very active and playful dog. Never content with lounging around, she is always running about and antagonizing my male dog Murphy. She was her normal self up until 2 days ago when she started vomiting, not eating, and became very restless, not sleeping. Not wanting to wait for her scheduled appointment, I took her to our vet. She received an external exam, Dr looked in her eyes, ears, throat, touched her belly and lower abdomen all over.
My dog tukar is almost 2 and he is vomiting, has literally explosive diarrea , and is shivering which is what i think is trigering his vomiting. I dont know if i can give him some kind of fever reducer or something i dont know what it could be. he just recently got his rabies updated like 2 or 3 weeks ago. if there any way i can do anything at home before i take him to the vet would be great.
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