I guess Dobie chocolate lab X
What kind of wormer did you use? Some of them don't cover enough parisites....
If she does have a bad case of worms, you may end up with her having large amounts of wormy diarrhea and even vomiting them up; in this case, she would need help from IV fluids and perhaps some additives to make up for what she is not able to eat while she clears them out.
I would go with boiled chicken and plain cooked white rice 1/2 and 1/2, Ideally if she's been eating that for a couple of days, I'd add in a diet such as Hills AD (its a wet food, high calorie and nutrition) or a recovery diet, you should be able to buy it at your vets - I would mix that in maybe 1/3 prepared wet diet to the chicken and rice. Then asap (within a week or 2 ideally) start her on a regular developemental or puppy diet, and you'd want to switch gradually and mix the 2.
Ideally it would be best if everything for the puppies was kept seperate : food bowls, leashes, bedding, laundry loads(was all on hot and hot dry, ideally with bleach), even wash your hands between handling them, etc etc.
vomiting, diarrhea, and lethargy are signs of canine parvovirus, so keep an eye out for these! Oh, and keep her warm, like really warm (70-72 degrees)
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