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Old 04-14-2017, 09:38 PM
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My beagle pup ate pepperoni pizza

I'm a beginner dog owner. We're had visitors and while my beagle pup is playing in the garden, someone threw a leftover pepperoni pizza somewhere and the pup found and ate some of it. I saw him eating a piece of pepperoni and did not mind because I thought it would be fine. When night came my dog regurgitated all the kibble he ate and vomited through out the night afterwards. He had no appetite the next day so I have to use a medicine dropper to let him drink oresol. after 2 days he had energy to play and I fed him small amount of very soft kibbles and more oral re-hydrating salts. But then when he pooped I saw mucus and what appears red blood clots in his poop. It's the weekend and all the near clinics are closed. Do you think he'll be okay till monday?
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Old 04-15-2017, 08:23 AM
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The problem clearly is not the pepperoni pizza that was ingested, unless something poisonous was placed in it. I don't know how old your puppy is or if he has had all of his vaccinations, but what you describe would be an emergency in my household, and I would be locating the first 24-hour clinic in any direction. Please get him to a vet immediately.
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Pizza is very high fat and it could have given him pancreatitis which can be pretty serious. If I were you I'd at the very least call the emergency vet number and get their opinion.

I just noticed that the OP post is a day old....

I hope your puppy is now doing much better!
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Even though it is weekend. You must have called your vet. And because it is an emergency case the vet would have come and checked out with the problems that your dog was having.

Hope you would have called him and things are working better now. Also, hope that your dog is in good condition now.
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The best thing for you to do would be to take your dog to the vet immediately. Although seeing mucus and blood in your dog's poop can be a result of a range of things, it is still a sign that something is wrong. From the events that you described it may be due to him eating bad food i.e. the pizza, which caused the upset stomach. However, it could also be the result of a bacterial or viral infection or even parasites in the dog's stomach.

Either way, you shouldn't wait to take him to the vet especially if you notice that he is reluctant to eat or drink. When you see the vet I would take a fresh stool sample aswell.

All the best.
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