Register

Welcome to Animal Forum. The Web's best online community for Pet and Animal Lovers.

If this is your first visit, be sure to check out the FAQ by clicking the link above. You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed.

Page 3 of 3 FirstFirst 123
Results 21 to 29 of 29
  1. #21
    no dont force feed her. when my lot feel unwell they get scrambled eggs or brown rice. try to tempt her with little and often and make sure she keeps up her fluids.
    www.irishretrieverrescue.com
    all dalmatian rescue 01255 220 649 (uk)

  2. #22
    What would i do without internet... thanks all for your support.

    Yes... I did give her some scrambled egg and rice... she also had some meat.
    Drinking loads of water.

    Anyways I'm not good (or creative enough) at making pages or anything... This lil scrap of an album has my doggies pictures too:

    http://www.geocities.com/gsoul2soul/Random_clicks.html

    Thanks... woof woof :)

  3. #23
    sod the dog your the cute one :lol:

    have you tried her on little bits of grilled chicken? just one tiny little cut up piece a day may help encourage her to nibble.
    www.irishretrieverrescue.com
    all dalmatian rescue 01255 220 649 (uk)

  4. #24
    Hey...the dogs are cute, too!

  5. #25
    Hey Rita n smiffy...

    The doctor came today and took temperature.
    She is normal... yesterday had a slight fever.

    Anyways today i had to do something... so bought a syringe and forced a bowl or so of "energy drink + milk"

    Amazingly she didn't resist... she drank the whole lot :).
    Doctor has prescribed some tonic for her... and right now she looks quite fine.

    Had some pieces of grilled chicken too (thanks smiffy)

    Looks a lot better... not trembling or shaking
    :)

    But not so good news for my fren... her dog is 11 years of age, and apparently she has something wrong with her "uterus"... it's bleeding with yellow puss... kind of septic :shock:

    The VET has given pain killer and they don't want to operate... she is a small breed "Pomeranian". (Mercy killing is the only option...)

    I was scared... what could be the reason ? infection ?

  6. #26
    your friends dog has pyometra. this is another very good reason why spay is such a good idea. i'm sorry for your friends girly, the only real way to deal with this is a spay depending on how far gone the infection is but given the dogs age i would think the surgeon would be reluctant.

    i had an old girly staying with me as she was so old no-one wanted to adopt her. she had loads of medical problems and it got to the stage it was kinder to pts but before we did we took her to her favourite place.

    she loved a little harbour we visit and she liked to sit on the bench and just watch the boats so thats what we did, then we got chips for us and an extra large sausage for her :lol:

    it was a lovely day and left us with a very fond memory of her. we now have a 'time capsule' for her buried under a garden slab and a statue thats about her size (patterdale terrier)
    www.irishretrieverrescue.com
    all dalmatian rescue 01255 220 649 (uk)

  7. #27
    Smiffy posted:
    i had an old girly staying with me as she was so old no-one wanted to adopt her. she had loads of medical problems and it got to the stage it was kinder to pts but before we did we took her to her favourite place.

    she loved a little harbour we visit and she liked to sit on the bench and just watch the boats so thats what we did, then we got chips for us and an extra large sausage for her


    Oh my... so touchy.

    WOW I think I love you already "smiffy"... that's so cute... and what a sweet thing to do "take her to her Favorite place... "

    Awww... touched me heart : :) mmm I'm sure I would like to be born as a DOG in one of you "dog lovers" home. 8)

    Take care...

  8. #28
    Glad Softy is gaining on the battle. Sounds like she will be ok.

    Smiffy's story made me all weepy.

    Sorry for your friend and her ill dog. Hugs to them.

  9. #29
    Well softy started eating a lil... she has started to play a lil.

    I'm so much relieved and relaxed now... thanks a million again.

    Love and hugs to you all dog lovers...
    :)

 

 

Similar Threads

  1. Dog seems afraid of the dark.
    By OwenParlow in forum Dog Behavior and Dog Training
    Replies: 4
    Last Post: 06-13-2011, 09:40 PM
  2. Help... loose Pudding like stool!!!
    By gsoul2soul in forum Medical Questions and Answers (Dogs)
    Replies: 4
    Last Post: 02-10-2008, 02:54 PM
  3. Thelma has a loose stool and is laying around
    By leftyback in forum Ferrets
    Replies: 1
    Last Post: 11-02-2005, 08:00 PM

Posting Permissions

  • You may not post new threads
  • You may not post replies
  • You may not post attachments
  • You may not edit your posts
  •  
Back to Top