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PostPosted: Sat Dec 06, 2008 11:57 am 
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My 11 yr old feist, root beer, is sick, and i dont know what she has. i went out lastnite to stand by the fire with some friends, and noticed that when i walked by she didnt even get up to greet me. about a week ago, i think it started. she didnt sleep in her house. she slept in a little shed like thing i built her for shade. i put some straw in it and so she didnt freeze. i switched out houses the next day, thinking she didnt like her ould house. she didnt sleep in it, either. lastnite, she didnt get up to eat, drink, or jump on me as a greeting. thismorning i went to check on her, and i saw that she'd thrown up everywhere and has diereiah. she will come out to drink constantly, but is real weak, and barely wags her tail. anyone been thru the same thing, or might know what she has?

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 06, 2008 12:23 pm 
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the dog has parvo

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It could be parvo or distemper or something similar. Whatever it is, it is something that requires a vet visit asap. The things that make them vomit, have diarrhea and act depressed all together are unfortunately often something that can kill them if not treated quickly. Does she have any unexplained lumps that recently appeared? I hope she is ok and it turns out to be something easily cured.

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