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Old 05-31-2018, 03:12 PM
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She didn't make any messes yesterday or this morning. I'm hoping I'll go home tonight and find she still hasn't made one. If so, I hope that means she's getting better. Just fyi, other than the pooping she hasn't been acting sick. She eats just like she always has, is super eager to go for walks, still wants to interrupt whatever I'm doing for attention, etc.
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She didn't make any messes yesterday or this morning. I'm hoping I'll go home tonight and find she still hasn't made one. If so, I hope that means she's getting better. Just fyi, other than the pooping she hasn't been acting sick. She eats just like she always has, is super eager to go for walks, still wants to interrupt whatever I'm doing for attention, etc.
When Zody was between 1 and 2 years old he had what I now know was stress induced colitis. It wasn't bad enough to cause him to act sick, but was bad enough to cause him to have accidents in the house occasionally, his poo was soft. It was sporadic and since he was not acting sick, aside from the accidents, I did not take him to the vet for it. It cleared up on it's own and he was fine till a year or two later when he got bad colitis and I did end up taking him to the vet because that time it was causing him pain. What triggered the first round of colitis was coming to live with me, and then having storms (he's thunder phobic) happen every couple weeks. The second round was due to a months worth of nearly daily thunder storms.

Hopefully your girl is over the stress of the move and is now on the road to recovery and you won't have to take her to the vet. I'm glad that yesterday and at least this morning she was accident free!
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