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Sorry you are going through all this, it must be such a worry for you. Really hope your little golden is feeling better soon!






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Whooo do you have it tough right now. I had this problrm whiy Winston when I first got him home and I was scared to death about the blood. Our family vet has served my family for over 25 years so he throws no charge advice at us when we need it. This being my first dog he helped me out even more. It is common when a puppy gets home to have blood in his stool. This could be because the dog is anxious its new home. Also it could be from the change in its food maybe the dog isnt chewing enough making it harder to process. The loose stool could be brought on by an allergy I switched winston to lamb and rice pro plan food and worked in 2 days. Chicked and rice does not agree with him. Hope this helps
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Thank you it does help , I just want to get to enjoying our puppy and not so stressed about the poops. I am stressed about the food change, what to give her, we don't even give her treats which sucks for training purposes. I even bring our own water with us when we go anywhere in case the water will upset her tummy. Everytime she is out I'm anxious to see if she has a poop and what kind. I'm always on her fir putting stuff in her mouth that doesn't belong there. I'm sure we will eventually get past this and hopefully forget about it. I was so focused on what to do with the screw up of insurance but now I am more focused on getting her better.


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Im so sorry to read this. Your a good fur mommy for worrying so much. I hope your pup gets better soon.
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I am hoping that Carly is better.
I am concerned about several things:
Was Carly tested for Parvo?
Was she innoculated for Parvo (if she is old enough)
Also, her eating a mouse, it could be obstructing her-I don't think she could pass it.

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As for parvo she would have been long gone if so. The thing is she is a regular pup , plays eats , goes for walks , eats dead mice , :-/ but she has her down days where you can tell she's not feeling well. As for the mouse , our vet says she will pass it , ewwwww I can't even imagine. I do worry though as she hasn't pooped since yesterday morning. It may be the meds though kicking in and maybe her poops are getting firm. I've been keeping an eye on her belly and it doesn't seem to be swollen or firm. We had a nice walk tonight and she only likes to pee in her pee area and did so when we got home but no poop. Anyway thank you for caring everyone.


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just popping in to see how the puppy is doing
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just popping in to see how the puppy is doing
She seems to be doing good. She had one small hard poop and I tried to investigate to see if any mouse sightings were in it but nothing. The medicine I think is helping. In going to keep her on rice and chicken for now until the medicine is done and see if she goes back to diarrhea when she's done. If not I will slowly introduce food and see what happens. She is so sweet and it just sucks that its not easier for her or us these first few months. I just want it to be I give her food , she lives it , and has no tummy issues wishful thinking


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I'm so glad that she is doing better. Something tells me it's her food that's bothering her. For us, we feed our dogs Purina Pro Plan. They tolerate it well and it is more affordable.

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Yeah we have had a good poop not huge but a good one green in colour but solid no mouse yet. Meds are helping. Trying not to be negative but I'm already anticipating the end of the meds to see what will happen.


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