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Old 09-19-2016, 11:10 AM
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Let us know what the vet says!
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Not being ambulatory and not eating, becomes life threatening, meaning a trip to the Vets is unavoidable. You will have to do what you have to do to get him the help he needs.
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He actually ate yesterday so we got an aspirin in him. Seemed to feel a lot better, and this morning he was was up and around. I'm still keeping a close eye on him but I was so relieved he ate!! He has long hair between his toes so I'm thinking he might of slipped and sprained something. Praising God that he is feeling better today!
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I'm scared he'll freak out and really hurt himself. BUT it might be worth a try and hope that he doesn't try to run.
If he can't stand up surely he isn't going to run....
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I'm scared he might TRY though out of fear.
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If he is in the house, where is he going to run that you cannot get hold of him?
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Hope he continues to feel and do better.
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How is your little dog doing? Hope better.


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How is your little dog doing? Hope better.

Thank you for asking - he seems to be back to his old self! He's eating and playing - I think he might have sprained his back leg when he was running around excited. I'm very paranoid over my babies (we just lost a dog in June) as we have one with seizures. So I'm always watching them and know when something's wrong.
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How is your little dog doing? Hope better.

Thank you for asking - he seems to be back to his old self! He's eating and playing - I think he might have sprained his back leg when he was running around excited. I'm very paranoid over my babies (we just lost a dog in June) as we have one with seizures. So I'm always watching them and know when something's wrong.


That is good. Whenever our animals donít feel well it saddens us.


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