Suffering from a bee sting, runny tummy, cut into the nail quick or had a little mishap around the house, then you can find some friendly advice here on how to deal with life's little accidents and help your dog recover quickly or calm them down, so you can get them to the vet. If in any doubt about an illness or injury, please contact your vet as soon as possible.
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Joined: 19 Jun 2017, 16:02
First Name: Sandra
Dog #1: Hettie
is a: P/S Mini Bitch
Born: 24 Dec 2009
Location: Southend on Sea


Post by lizzimore92 » 12 Jul 2017, 13:11

Thanks for the advice. Hettie has not been feeling so good since Monday.
Vomited her food in the evening. Not interested in her breakfast Tuesday.
Weed indoors Wednesday morning. She is breathing at 12 reps per minute when
resting and her heart rate is 78 a minute. Her poo is soft and mustard
colour, no diarrhoea. Any advice would be helpful

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First Name: Dean
Dog #1: Rupert
is a: Black Mini Dog
Born: 24 Dec 2010
Dog #2: Watson
is a: Black Mini Dog
Born: 21 Feb 2012
Location: Tunbridge Wells, Kent

Re: Unwell

Post by Dinkum » 13 Jul 2017, 06:34

I would take her to the vet as soon as possible. Only they will be able to give you a diagnosis and advice.
Dean & Jolyon
Rupert, black mini born 24/12/10
Watson, black mini born 21/02/12

I offer my advice freely, but I am not an expert, breeder, groomer or behaviourist. It is simply my experience of raising pups in a way that seems to make sense.

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