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Post by jola139 on Fri May 06 2016, 07:38

Hi all,
Debo hasn't been lucky recently. He recovered from his last problem and we having another one.
Before I start, please don't judge me.
I started ovr week ago. Suddenly he was sick, few hours after eating. We blamed peanutbutter, cause he did react badly before. That hasn't helped. He was sick again. We removed biscuits from his diet ( he's on raw), cause before he did develope allergy to other things. He was fine for a day, and back to normal. It started again. We put him on rice/chicken diet - one day ok and back again. Starved him for 30 hrs, all good, he ate one meal, was fine. Second meal - was woken up last night cause he was sick again. It seems like he's vomiting more at night and about 5-6 hrs after eating. I give him purina fortiflora. He's not dehydrated, he has appetite, he acts his normal....
I've booked vet today.....
I know you might say why waitng so long, but there were days were he was fine... And the vet would suggest yhe same thing.... But now I'm worried.....
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Post by Mia05 on Fri May 06 2016, 08:46

my mia was ill a wee while back but there were days she was ok perhaps may be best to do tests as it sounds like there are problems with his stomach hope find answers they like to worry us xxx


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Post by jola139 on Fri May 06 2016, 08:52

I just want to sit and cry, there seem to be problems all the time with him. Poor baby. I'm starting to think that all the problems he has might be because he's not from the proper breeder, that because we dont know the health history of the father ( never met him), he might has some problems. I love him even more and wouldn't choose diffrently but that will make me think twice before getting another pup from not a proper breeder
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Post by gillybrent on Fri May 06 2016, 10:48

how long has he been having the fortiflora? if he's raw fed he shouldn't need anything like that - but to be honest i don't trust anything that purina produce!

have you tried giving him something to settle his stomach? Kaogel is a good settler as it contains kaolin which soaks up impurities.
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Kaogel-Veterinary-Kaolin-Suspension-480ml/dp/B003XWD860/ref=sr_1_1?s=pet-supplies&ie=UTF8&qid=1462527882&sr=1-1&keywords=kaogel

or pro-kolin
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Protexin-Pro-Kolin-Plus-Syringe-30/dp/B003Y3XLH4/ref=sr_1_3?s=pet-supplies&ie=UTF8&qid=1462527882&sr=1-3&keywords=kaogel

is he okay in himself, or does he seem a bit 'off'? is his poo normal? normally i would be concerned about constantly bringing up his food in case of a blockage, but you say it isn't all the time?

poor breeding can lead to all sorts of health problems, but unless he's always been like this, i doubt it's due to that.

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Post by jola139 on Fri May 06 2016, 10:59

Hi thank you for your reply. Fortiflora just this morning. He poos onece a day and it's normal. Hes normal when it comes to his behaviour. Just came back from the vet. She gave him injection to stop the viomiting plus some tablets ranitidine. She said in her opinion it's nothing serious. I hope
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Post by gillybrent on Fri May 06 2016, 11:16

let us know how he gets on!

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Post by shegsy on Fri May 06 2016, 12:36

You will feel better now after your vet visit.  Fingers crossed and hopefully he's on the way to feeling better too Smile
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Post by jola139 on Sat May 07 2016, 08:49

So an update. There was no vomiting so far. He woke up at night a bit distressed, I thought hes gonna be sick but he calmed down and went back to sleep. This morning he had his breakfast and after 30 min walk. After that,maybe 20 min after he looked again like his going to be sick but he managed to fight it. At 10 am is going to be 24hrs since he got that injection to stop him being sick. He's such a worry.
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Post by jola139 on Sun May 08 2016, 08:27

All good so far. Will try to slowly go back to raw. My question, cam I mix rice with raw?
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Post by Rachel33 on Sun May 08 2016, 09:51

Is the rice to settle his stomach? If so, steamed sweet potato is a great option Smile
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Post by jola139 on Sun May 08 2016, 10:26

Yes, don't want to go back to raw straight away after the chicken rice diet. Or shall I just do it, just instead if 2 meals, go for 3?
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