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my puppy is acting different

my blue doberman puppy has suddenly gotten very lazy, he would not eat yesterday until i gave him some brisket and then he ate some cheap puppy chicken bits from purina one that i keep for the puppies i foster, he started running around yesterday and being himself.. now again today he is being lazy will not eat anything purina one,, royal canin,, diamond,, blue buffalo,, or even puppy milk replacer... all my other dogs are fine.. they have all had their shots and are on trifexis monthly.. i am going to the vet tomorrow... i have been forcing him to drink water,.. his gums are still pink his teeth all look normal ive tried watering down his food... im going to petsmart to get some wet food.. does anyone else have advise.. i really need help cause he looks really skinny he was born on july 27 so he is about 15 weeks... we need to get him some boosters... but other than that everything has been up to date.. this isnt like him.. he threw up yesterday and more today but i think its cause the brisket hurt his stomach he usually never gets human food. i just wanted him to eat something
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He could have an obstruction. Sometimes dogs won't eat or throw up after eating when they've got an obstruction.

Has he tore up any beds lately? Eaten any socks or anything else he really shouldn't?

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I'd get him to the vet ASAP. Don't force him to eat. His tummy could be really upset and that is making it worse which could be why he is throwing up. You're also going to create a picky eater if you keep trying to get him to eat with different things. He's going to start expecting that.

See what the vet says and go from there. Diesel did that a few times during growth spurts. He didn't eat for a day or two then all the sudden I had to increase his food because he wasn't getting enough. Then the next growth spurt we had to decrease but he was always healthy but I never tried to feed him anything else. He was offered his food if he didn't eat it then it got taken away till the next time. However this was AFTER he had been seen by a vet right away and was cleared health wise. He was just being a pain

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Thanks for the quick responses.. he has never been a destructive dog i stay home during the day and havent noticed anything torn my other dog is the destructive one... i havent forced him to eat.. just been forcing him to drink water with a dropper.. i dont mind having a picky eater... i just want him to eat... i will spend whatever money on different brands until he finds the one he likes.. i only picked the other brands cause he has a blue coat i wanted him to get the best nutrition possible.. we are going to the vet tomorrow morning for a stool check and wellness check see where we can go from there... i will post pictures to show you how skinny he looks from the last 2 days.. i normally give him a suppliment paste that i ran out of... if you have any ideas on good food he might like or some suppliment i can give them to make him gain weight while he isnt eating id appreciate it
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he has never been this skinny he always ate way to much.. we never seperated the dogs we made them all eat out of the same bowl.. but since lately not everyones been hungry at the same time ive been leaving food out..
please no rude comments this is honestly over 2-3 days he has gotten like this.. i feed him 2-3 times a day with a suppliment paste... i do not mistreat my animals

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He's trying to tell you something by not eating. It's not strictly because he doesn't like it.


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[QUOTE=kwhite30;1188403]He's trying to tell you something by not eating. It's not strictly because he doesn't like it.


but if its not from him eating any thing bad.. what else could it be? not parvo right?
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I am in no way a vet so he needs to see one ASAP but it could be a number of things. An obstruction, possibly a parasite, he ate something he shouldn't have food wise etc. he needs to get seen by a vet especially if its an obstruction. They can be sneaky and get into things.


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Since you state your pup's boosters are not up to date, I'd be concerned about possible parvo.

Any vomiting or diarrhea?

Lethargy and inappetance can be signs of lots of things, some of them potentially serious and potentially fatal.

I wouldn't wait around--it's already been days and things could head south alarmingly quickly.

Not worth risking your pup's life.

Also, I know this isn't the immediate concern, but I'd ixnay any "supplement pastes" you're using. If he's getting premium foods, then not only does he not need supplementing, some vitamins and such can actually build to toxic levels in their system. Sometimes, there is such a thing as too much of a good thing.

Edit to add: Just re-read your first post, and you do mention repeat vomiting.

I'd run him in to the e-vet and have a parvo snap test done, and if that's negative, then tummy Xrays. Better safe than losing your puppy.

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there is vomitting... but he hasnt eaten enough to use the restroom.. but before there was firm stool

He has had one set of boosters after initial shots.. i just wanted to get him another set

even if he hasnt eaten he will still through up sometimes yellow sometimes foam sometimes mucusy

we will go to the vet tomorrow and get a parvo test done and i will let you know what they say...
a few minutes ago he was eating at petsmart some wet food and then playing with his sister dog but when i went to give him actual food in his kennel that he ate at the store he wouldnt touch it then threw up the food he ate atthe store...

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Do you not have a 24hr vet clinic you can go to?

I wouldn't take the chance on waiting - too many times on here it has resulted in some very bad consequences.
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does anyone know anything about addison disease? i have been googling and that fits his symptoms.. a online friend of mine is a vet and said to give him unflavored pedialyte to stop him from throwing up and keep him hydrated, i have also heard of puppy flu??? but not sure what the symptoms are...
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there arent any 24 hr vets in my area.. i have kept him hydrated.. and comfortable.. giving him a little bit at a time.. i will ask the vet about the suppliment overdose, possible parvo, and if he knows anything about addisons disease..
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my husband just said that when i was at work he had ran into the neighbors house and ate a lot of cheese.. from like a pasta dish off there plate? could that make him really sick for a couple days?
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there arent any 24 hr vets in my area.. i have kept him hydrated.. and comfortable.. giving him a little bit at a time.. i will ask the vet about the suppliment overdose, possible parvo, and if he knows anything about addisons disease..
You said in another thread you were in Houston, correct? I am sure you can do the same google search for an e-vet as you are doing looking for free vet advice.

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there is vomitting... but he hasnt eaten enough to use the restroom.. but before there was firm stool

He has had one set of boosters after initial shots.. i just wanted to get him another set

even if he hasnt eaten he will still through up sometimes yellow sometimes foam sometimes mucusy

we will go to the vet tomorrow and get a parvo test done and i will let you know what they say...
a few minutes ago he was eating at petsmart some wet food and then playing with his sister dog but when i went to give him actual food in his kennel that he ate at the store he wouldnt touch it then threw up the food he ate atthe store...

thanks again for your help.
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Um, "at the store"?

As in, you took an ill puppy, for whom you have no diagnosis yet, into a pet supplies store where they hold puppy classes and where many other peoples' beloved pets visit regularly?

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We can't fix your puppy over the internet, and the safest and most humane course of action is to take this puppy to the vet right away.

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thanks everyone for your help.. i let him outside to potty and he started playing after he drank lots of water.. thats good.. i just got him so pedialyte and no throwing up yet.. his stomach started making growling noises and he is gassy but he ate a little of the canned food and some of the raw diet so thats a start! Thanks again for suggestions,, guess i didnt need an evet... just an over worrier.. ill start feeding him his normal kibble soon and ill let you know if he eats it
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He needs to go to the vet. I don't understand why that doesn't seem to be a priority for you. If my dog was acting like that you can bet I'd be in there the second it started.

This sounds very familiar to another story about someone who waited 3 days...


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i appreciate your guys suggestions but my puppy is back to acting normal.. so i will still go to the vet tomorrow morning like planned and get fluids in him, but that is all i think is necessary.. thanks again for all your help.
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. if you have any ideas on good food he might like or some suppliment i can give them to make him gain weight while he isnt eating id appreciate it
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we never seperated the dogs we made them all eat out of the same bowl.. but since lately not everyones been hungry at the same time ive been leaving food out..
please no rude comments this is honestly over 2-3 days he has gotten like this.. i feed him 2-3 times a day with a suppliment paste... i do not mistreat my animals
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does anyone know anything about addison disease? i have been googling and that fits his symptoms.. a online friend of mine is a vet and said to give him unflavored pedialyte to stop him from throwing up and keep him hydrated, i have also heard of puppy flu??? but not sure what the symptoms are...
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.. his stomach started making growling noises and he is gassy but he ate a little of the canned food and some of the raw diet so thats a start! Thanks again for suggestions,, guess i didnt need an evet... just an over worrier.. ill start feeding him his normal kibble soon and ill let you know if he eats it
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i appreciate your guys suggestions but my puppy is back to acting normal.. so i will still go to the vet tomorrow morning like planned and get fluids in him, but that is all i think is necessary.. thanks again for all your help.
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got back from the vet this morning.. he tested negative for parvo, and his xrays didnt show any abnormalities.. but when they did a fecal exam it showed a tiny parasite was infecting his stomach.. they said he must likely got it from eating grass at the dog park.. they injected him with b12 and lots of fluids.. during the exam he couldnt even stay awake! but now they are having me give him an anti vomitting medicine as well as an antibiotic.. im supposed to bring him back monday for a check up and more fluids.. but he already looks better. thanks again
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