Hi guys, I am posting this topic because i need help identifying my dogs problems, well i have two dogs. one is namd Junkyard and the other is named sexuis lexius. sexius lexius is a champion american bulldog and junky is 110% american bulldog. its junky that i'm having problems with, he constantly poops and pukes in the house and the vets thought it was his worms so they treated him for them in November. well somehow he has worms again and the vet doesnt have an open space until april, i really need to know if there is anything i can give him that i dont need a vet to identify... well actually i know he has worms but he cant keep any of his food down and i call the vets daily and they wont let me bring him in. i try to get him to drink plenty of water and eat food but he always winds up puking it back up. i dont know what to do... i know its the severity of the worms thats causing his problems but i need to know a hard-core secret technique that doesnt involve feeding him tabacco, because that isnt working... it would be really nice if someone could please help me out, please. i love him soo much and because of the severity of things i think i'm going to lose him. or by the time i can get him to the vet i will be too late to help him... and if your thinking take him to an animal hospital, i did. and i still do... i just need something to help him keep his food down so he doesnt waste away.
Are you REALLY giving him tobacco?????? That is enough to make him puke!! If you just need to worm him you can go to tractor supply and buy SAFE-GUARD it comes in packets goes by weight and you have to give it 3 days in a row but you have to put it over food so if he is not keeping food down, may not work. I think you need to find another vet!! If it is reoccuring like that there is something major going on like may be a blockage, does he chew up stuff a lot? Seriously find another vet and get him in right away to get a good check up.
I'd suggest feeding him trolls instead of "tabacco". They are cheap and available at lots of sites on the internet, including this one. Virtually guaranteed to work, though your vet would never recommend it.