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Old 07-21-2018, 04:09 PM
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That seems to be the case, he is feeling completely fine this morning and back to his normal energetic self and his poops are normal. Still taking him by the vet along with my other fur babies in a little bit.
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Old 07-23-2018, 04:07 AM
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Any updates here? Is your dog okay now? How was your visit to vet?
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Old 07-25-2018, 08:05 PM
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For what my opinion is worth (and I too live at a distance from my vet and have gone without a car for these last several months): get your dog to the vet somehow. We write on these forums because we want people to reassure us that our dogs are okay, and really, no one who doesn't know us or our dogs can do that. This sounds like it really should be investigated. Please do whatever it takes to get your dog to the vet, and meanwhile, find out from your friend what your dog age and did while the friend had him. There's something you haven't been told.
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Your dog needs to see a vet, there's no way around that.

If you are unable to get him there then you are neglecting him and need to consider giving him up. He is sick and needs medical attention.

I'm sorry if this upsets you but it needs to be said.

Wow! Just because we might not have transportation doesn't mean we are neglecting our pets and need to give them up!
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Old 08-01-2018, 05:26 PM
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Wow! Just because we might not have transportation doesn't mean we are neglecting our pets and need to give them up!
Did you read the rest of the thread? I made a mistake about the date and thought the dog had been shaky and had loose stools for over 10 days. I think that would justify calling it neglect. However, it was very much my error in this case and I retracted it.
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