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Posted on: 9:42:18 PM 5/29/2007

Definitely let your vet know. He probbably will change the antibiotic. Little puppies can become sick very fast, so get to your vet as soon as possible.

Posted on: 9:34:28 PM 5/29/2007

You should ask the vet if these are possible side-effects of the meds or if there is another problem.

Posted on: 9:29:41 PM 5/29/2007

It is ridiculous for a dog to stay overnight for neutering unless a problem develops that indicates the need to stay. I think that your vet is taking you for a ride...especially considering the response you received when you called and asked for an e...

Posted on: 9:22:24 PM 5/29/2007

Do not give your dog Clor-Trimeton or other OTC meds. The one to give him is Benadryl. Benadryl is safe for dogs -- I have given it to mine many times. A 16 pound Pekinge...

Posted on: 9:11:53 PM 5/29/2007

If he doesn't have fleas, it may be allergies. A lot of dogs have terrible allergies. And allergies in dogs usually manifest themselves as skin problems. You can give benadryl until the other treatment gets the symptoms under control. Ask your vet ho...

Posted on: 8:50:13 PM 5/29/2007

Do not give him syrup of ipecac in this case. Take him as soon as possible to a different veterinarian. If he is not drinking or eating anything besides grass he will become dehydrated and will become very sick. Make the vet take xrays and do a contr...

Posted on: 8:40:25 PM 5/29/2007

I know it's tough to afford vet bills, but you must have a veterinarian see this puppy. Most vets will allow you to pay off the bill. The dog's health is more important. He could have a fractured bone or a torn ligament. And you absolutely must super...

Posted on: 8:33:21 PM 5/29/2007

You can give a dog Immodium and it works better than the others. Usually I give my Pekingese about 1/3 of a tablet, but you should always ask your veterinarian for ins...

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