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Old 06-15-2009, 01:04 PM
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Old 06-15-2009, 01:11 PM
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Have them do a check for giardia as well.
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Old 06-15-2009, 02:45 PM
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I honestly thought it was the food changes i have changed his food numerous times over the past few months and thought this was causing the stomach upset/diahrea. But now the blood yesterday and not wanting to eat today made me very worried so he does have an appointment this afternoon.
I agree, the food changes probably did not help the diarrhea or upset stomach, could have even caused those two, but generally it would not cause puking this often.

What kind of foods were you switching between, if you don't mind me asking? It may be a common item in the foods that the dog may have an allergy/sensitivity to which is making him vomit.
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Okay so we are back he had two types of parasites/ worms under the scope i can not remember what they were. He has a few diff meds to take. to treat that and he said that could be causing the bloody diahrea/ vommiting but not long term weight loss. He has some new food to try and to help with the pillls and we will be going back for a check up later this week.
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Oh and jess lough we went form canidae to Blue a all natural food and another purina pro plan for special digestion. And there is one other all natural food maybe call of the wild i think it was called.
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Do you switch over slowly ??
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Oh and jess lough we went form canidae to Blue a all natural food and another purina pro plan for special digestion. And there is one other all natural food maybe call of the wild i think it was called.
oh taste of the wild? hmm.. those food are all pretty basic ingredients, are they not? lol I guess my suspicion was wrong... glad its nothing too too serious!
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