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Old 10-09-2017, 05:51 PM
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i am really in a bind right now and can't really afford a vet. i am absolutely broke until i get paid this Friday. and good suggestion to hold him of till Friday? hes been doing this since last night. please help!!!
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Some place where he can't hit his head. Does he stop going around at all??
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he just now stopped but is acting real weird. here is a vid.
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Watch him very closely these symphony can happen for 24 hours. When you get paid Friday make sure to take him to the vet.
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Old 10-09-2017, 06:13 PM
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He should recover either today or tomorrow so just watch him. Breathe. If this is the first time this happened chances are he will be fine :-):-)
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he just now stopped but is acting real weird. here is a vid.
I think you need to get him to a Vet now. Be honest and tell them you can pay on Friday, most Vets will work with you for a few days. I would not wait any longer, there is something going on with him, that needs to be identified and treated.
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I couldn't see a link for the video.

My first thought was torsion/bloat based on the physical differences you mentioned but the timeline seems too long perhaps. I've never seen a dog with torsion/bloat but I would take the pacing/restlessness with some seriousness.

The drooling Markie asked about might be indicative of the malady as well.

I hope all goes well for your dog.
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Old 10-10-2017, 04:18 PM
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Is he doing any better??
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