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Old 05-26-2012, 04:50 PM
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She hasnt aten all day

My pup hasn't aten all day today.. she normally scarfs her morning breakfast down in a few minutes, she hasn't touched it, the same amount is still there! She slept in till almost 8am this morning, which she is almost like the perfect alarm clock because she has always woken at 6am every morning to go potty. I took her out at 8am and she pee'd and poo'd..she pretty much went right back to sleep after that while I did some stuff on the computer. Around 10am we went out and about, stopped at a petstore where she happily greeted everyone with the same enthusiasm, and was given a biscuit, that she did eat. Went to another store and then came home..I did a few more things on the computer to which she just sat on the couch and then I got tired and I took a nap, to which she took a nap with me, we got up and she went outside again and pee'd and poo'd (suprisingly since she didnt eat) She didnt have much spunk to her step like normal.. now we are back inside and she seems to be acting pretty normal.
The last thing we did yesterday evening was go on a 2 mile walk and then we got home and I gave her a much needed bath, we also did some clicker training. Im kind of worried about her not eating, this would be about the time she would get her second meal and she hasn't even touched the first one.
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Old 05-26-2012, 05:19 PM
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Has she ever gone for a 2 mile walk before? She may be just very over tired. Clicker training is also very tiring for dogs.

If she's not herself tomorrow, I'd be scheduling a vet apt for Monday.
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Yeah we have went on a 3 mile walk, she was tired after it but still ate. Now she is just lounging on the couch some more... do you think I should add a tad bit of canned food to it to see if she will eat it with that?
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I dont think the vet is open on Monday either for Memorial day... I hope she starts eating before that though
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How old is and has she had all her vaccinations? My brothers puppy was acting the same way and we found out that she has parvo so that's something to keep in mind if she hasn't been fully vaccinated.
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Yeah she is fully vaccinated and 5 months old... she ate her entire bowl of food minutes after my last reply lol ..No canned food needed either..YAY!
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That's great news.
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