Maryellen wrote:its Louie erin, the dog that anne marie got...
pLaurent wrote:Oh poor guy! Without exploratory surgery, it's hard to tell what's going on, since not everything shows up on Xrays.
I know that projectile vomiting can be a sign of a blockage of some sort.
$1000 for the exploratory seems very high to me. I would call around to every vet and ask if one of them can give you a break to help this poor rescued dog. My dog had major surgery and the bill was 500$....
I hope this can be resolved!!
mnp13 wrote:what about trying pepto and see if it will calm the stomach? Maybe the plastic cut his stomach up?
ccc2006 wrote:mnp13 wrote:what about trying pepto and see if it will calm the stomach? Maybe the plastic cut his stomach up?
He's on Tagamet now - maybe the plastic did do something or maybe there's still some in there. I have no idea, because that did not come from my house. He's definately still trying to clear something...Thanks for the suggestions.
babyreba wrote:he's such a good-looking dog. so sweet, too.
i wonder if he might do better on an extremely bland diet for a week or so rather than Wolf King.
boiled chicken and pasta, rice, boiled oatmeal, boiled ground beef, that kind of stuff. i know that when i've had dogs with horrid GI infections like ghiardia i fed bland diet so the dog's digestive systems could get a break . . . it might help.
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