WARNING This is a long story. May 20 - picked up our dogs from the kennel after 5 nights. May 21 - Gabby vomiting after eating breakfast. Contacted vet. Fed chicken breast and rice. She ate some. Vomiting again. May 22 - Ate chicken and rice plus a little RCGR kibble. No vomiting. May 23 - Very low energy. Ate breakfast of chicken breast, rice and a little RCGR kibble. Vomiting again. Dinner - just rice and chicken breast. Vomiting again. Contacted vet. May 24 - In to vet. Xray shows small gravel in stomach. Vet suggests endoscopy with Internal Medicine doctor at animal emergency hospital. Take Gabby to ER vet. They do ultrasound. Found "fluid filled loops" in intestines (inflammation). Decide pebbles should pass. They are small. Blood test results are fine. No endoscopy. May 25 - still at ER vet. Do another ulatrasound. Pebbles moving along and should pass. She will eat a little but not much. May 26 - still at ER vet. Some pebbles come out in poop. Trying antinausea med (cerenia) and Pepcid AC. At home she ate some chicken and rice. Minor spitting up but no vomiting. May 27 - Diarrhea - liquid, nothing solid. Won't eat. Liquidy poop Fecal sample taken to vet. Some blood in her poop. Gabby is not quite 4 years old. Keep giving Cerenia. She will sometimes eat kibble if I hand feed her. But not her normal appetite and diarrhea continures. May 28 - Fecal result shows positive for Giardia. Started Metronidazole. Then vet added Pancur. Ate and drank ok today but not as much as normal for her. May 29 - Gabby ate some food. May 30 - Eating about 1/2 her normal breakfast. Now feeding her chicken and Hill's Biome kibble. No more diarrhea. May 31 - Chicken breast and Hill's Biome kibble - ate a full breakfast. Normal poop. Still on metronidazole and panacur. June 1 - Ate breakfast of chicken breast and Hill's Biome. Ate dinner of same. June 2 - Not much eaten at breakfast. Will eat chicken breast but won't eat Biome kibble. Not much eaten at dinner. June 3 - Not eating. Low energy. No breakfast and no dinner. Will eat a few dog treats - fruitables or zukes. June 4 - Low energy. Not her normal self. Ate some breakfast June 5 - Gabby back to our regular vet. Nothing new found. Did a urinalyisis. Back to trying cerenia and vet gave her a dose on Entyce - appetite stimulant. She ate dinner of chicken breast and I baked a little sirloin steak for her. Maybe 1/8 cup of chicken and 1/8 cup of steak eaten plus a 1/4 cup of RCGR kibble. Far less than normal for her. She weighs about 60 pounds. June 6 - Urinalysis results - everything looks good - shows good kidney and liver function. Poop a little soft this morning but not diarrhea. Ate all her breakfast - RCGR kibble, plus a little chicken breast and a little steak. Still on cerenia. Ate all her dinner - RCGR kibble, a little chicken breast and a little steak. June 7 - Not eating any food - just treats at breakfast. Seems to have her energy back but not much appetite. Gave her Entyce at 4:30 pm. At 6 pm she ate all her dinner - RCGR, chicken breast and steak. June 8 - Ate her breakfast - RCGR, a little chicken and a little steak. Cerenia at noon and Entyce at 4:30 pm. Ate all her dinner. Bedtime - 9 PM. Gabby very restless. Won't settle in her crate in our bedroom. Took her outside 3 or 4 times. Not going pee or poop. Not drinking water. Just restless. Finally, a little before midnight I decide to take her for a walk since we aren't sleeping anyway. Took a 40 minute walk and she did a big soft poop. She also peed. Back in her crate. Calm for about 2 hours then restless again. Read the Entyce brochure and don't see anything about this med causing restlessness and pacing. Out to the kennel a few more times before we decide to leave her out in the kennel at about 4 am. Took her for a 90 minute walk at 6 am. She pooped a small, soft poop. Will not eat any breakfast at all. Vet wants to do a "fasting" blood test tomorrow (June 10). And here we are. Nothing figured out. No more giardia. She still doesn't want to eat dog food but will eat treats. No vomiting. I called UC Davis last week and they said they couldn't take her because they can't do any surgery as ICU is closed. All this Covid stuff - understaffed and over worked. Anybody ever have a dog with this kind of problem? Any ideas? Maybe back to internal medicine vet at ER place? I am at my wits' end. Do dogs ever just have a change of appetite? Vet thinks it could be Irritable Bowel Syndrome or Small Intestine Bacterial Overgrowth which she can determine with the "fasting" blood test tomorrow. If UC Davis was open I'd take her there in a minute. They did wonderful things for our other Golden, VeeVee.