Vomiting symptoms puppies

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Avatar f tn Usually pancreatitis can only be diagnosed with a combination of clinical signs such as vomiting, abdominal pain and fever along with a positive results for a specific blood test (probably the one your veterinarian had sent in), and confirmation with an abdominal ultrasound. In the meantime, you and your veterinarian should keep an open mind, and always ask the question, "What else can it be?", especially if your dog is not getting better.
Avatar m tn I'm thinking it might be the new antibiotic, rather than the prednisone that is causing the vomiting. A lot of antibiotics cause vomiting, and I've never heard of prednisone doing that. The dilemma is that you really need to finish out the course of antibiotics, if at ALL possible, in order to avoid cultivating resistant bacteria. Due to that issue, you might need to call the vet anyway.
Avatar n tn Puppies eat things they should not, as in toys etc.. If he is current on his vaccines then foreign body is likely. An ultrasound or even endoscopy are your next step. The endoscopy can rule out other issues like pyloric stenosis and retrieve foreign bodies sometimes.
Avatar f tn So w/ all this in mind the Vet wasn't too concerned (unlike me) and said it's probably just a mild case of bilious vomiting syndrome, so she prescribed Zantac (which had to be called into my pharmacy $33), and a probiotic that was called Proviable DC, 10 capsules that was $10. Also said to try to space out her feedings so that the last one is at bedtime. She eats 1 cup a day, divided into 3 feedings. It's Puppy Chow mixed w/ Eukanuba Puppy Growth. I know, I know...
Avatar n tn Anything I ate would go right through me. I have not had any other flu-like symptoms, no vomiting, no fever, nothing. Today my stool is still runny, but a little thicker like sherbert. It is floating and it's a yellow-orange color. What is this? I spoke to my doctor on the phone and other than telling me to drink lots of fluids, really didn't seem concerned. A few things.... I have had bad sinus drainage for about 10 days. Could this cause diarrhea of this caliber?
2154088 tn?1336595980 My dog has been having the symptoms of hypoglycemia for most of his life, which have started becoming severe lately. He has a serious food aversion from an illness he had as a puppy, so he tends to miss meals and be an extremely picky eater (an issue we are constantly working on). There are times he may go without eating much for nearly 24 hours and when this happens I give when Nutri-Cal or a product called Stat.
Avatar n tn Any puppy that has vomiting and diarrhea should be seen by a vet. Puppies don't have as much reserve as older dogs, and can quickly become seriously ill.
Avatar n tn No coughing, sneezing or any other symptoms. We had 4 little puppies visit and spend the night two nights ago. She was fine before they came. Since they were here (they left yesterday morning) she has been acting this way.
Avatar f tn Beta was done 11 days past ET and I got a BFP!!! Try not to worry to much, alot of people say they feel no symptoms at all and still get a BFP. Best of luck to you.
Avatar n tn thanks for your answer, but this is the only puppy i have that had these symptoms, i have 4 more and none of them show any symptoms like these. could that still make it parvo even if only one died??
Avatar f tn Depending on your puppies vaccine status viral diseases such as Parvovirus may be the issue. Vomiting leads to dehydration which can be fatal in dogs and puppies if not treated.
Avatar m tn 2weeks after my gf said the dog died (dog had symptoms Vomiting and Diarrhea) Im so worried if there is any chance that the dog had Rabies. I know it's little bit weird question but recently I have a OCD problems, so worried about this. I saw the article that incubation period of rabies can be maximum 7years. It makes me nervous. Help me.
Avatar f tn It is possible this ocurred with your puppy, secondary to the vomiting. You mention a respiratory problem, but describe no symptoms. If you mean the kennel cough vaccine, it is very unlikely that played any role here. Either the pup died due to a viral disease or other insult causing vomiting, which lead to dehydration and low blood sugar or perhaps aspiration occurred. Again, I am very srry for your loss. Sincerely, Arnold L.
1022125 tn?1251637361 Hi there...at this innocent age, these symptoms could mean many different things, including intestinal parastite infestations or even parvo virus. When was the last time Waggzy saw his veterinarian and what vaccines has he had so far? You need to contact your veterinarian soon...puppies this young don't have a lot of reserve to fight off infections and can go downhill very quickly. He is a cute one though!!!
1456473 tn?1365831055 Your puppy has not had her full set of vaccines, therefore she is not yet protected from diseases such as Parvovirus. Parvovirus can be deadly in puppies. The symptoms you describe could be due to Parvovirus, Gastrointestinal parasites, and other gastrointestinal diseases. Please take her to the vet ASAP! Please apply for Care Credit, if you don't have the money right now.
Avatar f tn How old is the dog, what breed, and what are the other symptoms besides the bloating and decreased appetite? Any vomiting/diarrhea/trouble breathing? I would suggest gettting the dog to a vet right away; time could be of the essence if he is experiencing GDV (bloat)!
Avatar n tn They can appear to be COMPLETELY normal and still be carrying quite a heavy parasite load. Adult dogs aren't as outwardly affected by worms as puppies are. Puppies tend to have big, round bellies when they have worms, adult dogs don't. They pick them up sniffing around outside, stepping in places where infected dogs have defecated and have dropped eggs and worm cysts, and then licking their paws. Even one flea, if it is a tapeworm host and is ingested by an animal, can cause a tapeworm.
Avatar m tn Parvo prevention is very important for puppies. If your dog, especially your new puppy, begins exhibiting any of these symptoms, see a veterinarian right away. When parvo is involved, every hour counts. The secret of survival is quick treatment, so don’t ignore these symptoms! One or all of these will usually being showing after 3 – 10 days of infection. Lethargic. If your dog normally likes to play and has high energy, this is the clearest sign that something is wrong.
Avatar n tn I had a litter of 8 GSD puppys which lost there appetite, had a bloody light red diarea and also some vomiting. Our vet medicated the puppies with two types of antibiotics, and treated them for there vomiting and there diarea. some of them seemed to be recovering but some had to be put on a drip because they started signs of dehydration. They past away within 24 hrs, with signs of a posonous reaction to the drip, we imediately took the rest of the puppys off the drip.
Avatar f tn Depending on the severity of the shunt, this can also be accompanied by other symptoms like diarrhea, vomiting, and even seizures. Briefly, when the puppies are in the uterus, the mother's liver takes care of filtering their waste. The fetal blood vessels allow blood to bypass the not-yet-fully-developed fetal livers, but as soon as the puppies are born, these vessels close off so that the puppy's liver can process its own blood.
335728 tn?1331418012 Often lake environments are contaminated by animal waste carrying parasites and bacteria which may cause these symptoms as well. In sum, chronic vomiting and diarrhea in a dog, young or old should be worked up by a veterinarian through testing and a cause sought and addressed. The possibilities are simply too numerous and complex to guess at and I encourage you to start down that road as soon as is practical.
Avatar m tn My dog was spayed 4 days ago. She began vomiting immediately and continued to until her death this morning. She was a pound puppy, a chihuahua mix, that we had for three weeks. The vets treated her with cerenia and I administered pedalite. She had no fever and a little diarrhea towards the end. Does this sound like parvo?
1345254 tn?1325921641 I am sorry about your two puppies! I am going to assume that your puppies never had vaccines, or never completed the vaccinal series? No protection or inadequate protection could cause susceptibility to severe diseases such as distemper or parvovirus. Your dog could still have parvo, but many other viral, bacterial, or parasitic diseases can cause similar gastrointestinal symptoms.
Avatar f tn i then watched for any loss of eye motor coordination and thank god none but im very nervous now what the hck hyper extended ?????? ive seperated her from other puppies for no more jossiling head butting trauma . she seems fine it was so upsetting i cant believe that it didnt cause some kind of future/permanent long term damage do u know what these symptoms may constitute ??? thanks !!!!
Avatar m tn Try to get as much water down as you can, but in very small amounts at a time, as large quantities could make the vomiting worse. I do hope he gets treatment quickly, and will be OK. If you get chance, let us know how he gets on.
Avatar n tn If there are no other symptoms such as fever, vomiting, diarrhea, etc. I'd have to say that: Because of her age & the weather is turning colder, this could be Arthritis of her Spine and/or legs..... She does need to be checked out by your Vet as he/she can recommend the appropriate supplements & pain management for your girl... Dogs hurt just like we do.....However, they CANNOT take over the counter supplements as we can.....Most pain management pills for humans can be toxic to dogs.
1456473 tn?1365831055 we had her at a house where a 4 year old pom and 7 month old jack russell mix had vomiting and diarrhea for a few days but they both got better. she began being sick four days ago and she lost her appetite for a day or two and had mucousy diarrhea, then we thought she was better yesterday as she was bouncing like her normal self, eating and drinking fluids and passing normal stools but today she has had 2 bloody mucous bouts of diarrhea.
Avatar f tn my dog had been lethargic, vomiting/diahreah off and on for about 3 weeks did blood work and thought perhaps possible addisons disease but not sure before i got any further in test he died??
Avatar n tn Have stool samples been checked by a Vet and has he been wormed? Parasites, which are not unusual for puppies to have, can cause a number if systemic oribkems in the dog,mesp a pup. Since you are taking him to work, any chance he may have gotten into something or any co-workers feeding him or sneaking him snacks? Not good. You might try him on a bland diet of chicken (no skin) and rice for a couple of days.