This went on all day, and now she started throwing up.
She has no fever, and is still wiggling with her tail.
What shall i do wait a little bit, or go to the vet?
|I would call the vet. Diareah alone can happen for a variety of trivial reasons but combined with puking, to me that seems potentially more serious.|
|Yes, the vet always seems much more concerned about vomiting than about diarrhea.|
|I just came back from the vet, she has an infection, and the vet told me that there r a lot of dogs with this infection....and there r also dogs with parvo.......
So i was straight away very concerned.
Tonight i sleep on the sofa to see how my little girl is doing.
The vet gave her an antibiotic shot and tablets.
She was very happy to see my husband when he came home from work, but now she looks tired again.
Poor little cassy....
|Poor Cassy!! I'm so glad you went to the vet straight away and got some meds in her system to fight this infection. We'll be thinking of you.|
|Poor Cassy - glad she got some medicine to make her feel better. Hope she gets to feeling all better quickly.|
|Hope Cassy feels better soon!|
|Poor Cassy, give her a belly rub from us and hope she is better soon.|
|Feel better Cassey, you have a good, smart mom.....Kathy & Chauncey|
|Poor sweety - feel better soon! Bingley sends some kisses!|
|Get better soon Cassy!|
|How is Cassy today????|
|Cassy is doing fine already.
She is eating again, and she had no diareah anymore.
She is still a little bit tired but i am sure she will be okay soon, and be her naughty self again...
|Great! So glad to hear that Cassy is feeling much better!|
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