Hello. My 5 year old male, neutered cat has had diarrhea for a little over 24 hours. I am going to call my vet in the morning. Until then, is there anything I can do to stop it or slow it down? I have canned, pure pumpkin on hand. I also have a diarrhea medicine, in tablet form, that my vet gave me for my dog.
Thank you very much.
I rescued my cat 10 months ago from outside where I found her starving and in pitiful shape. Took her and got her shots and checked out. She was already fixed although I thought she was a young kitten. Anyway she has had a very loving home and at least tripled her weight but she still acts wild towards me. I feel like she may be truly feral from the noises she makes and her overall attitude. Should I just be patient with her or is it ever okay to let them back outside?
My dog has recently been shaking his head alot he holds his head at an angle when he does this. this only happenns for a little wile and stops seem like it happens in the morning more
My dog is lethargic and isolated with loss is appetite and he was throwing up clear liquids for three days its been 2 data since no vomit he only drinks water. Very slow to move
Gastro distress Buster has the runs for the last 2 days. He looked like he was getting better, but not so much this early AM. Ooooppps goes the Bus… How can I rest his GI tract without vet visit?
My Name Is Oogii. I Have A German Shepherd Dog Who Is 8 Years…
My name is Oogii. I have a German shepherd dog who is 8 years old.
He lives in Mongolia. Last few days, he has been sick and can’t walk. His back two legs are in so much pain and can’t lift his body. My parents took him animal hospital unfortunately new doctors couldn’t diagnose him well. But one of the experienced doctors told us it is probably nerve damage on his lower spine. He gave to him some drug for his nerve damage. He also said surgery won’t help him. We really don’t want put him to sleep.
Please, I really need your advice. Is there any helpful massages and drugs we could try? If you need his specific pictures, I can send it to you guys.
Thank you so much
Sincerely Oyuntugs G
I have a very small tea-cup Yorkie that has a lot of energy and burns off anykind of fat he may have…Dr.s never said he was under weight. However, I’ve tried feeding him all and every kinds of dog food I can in cans. he will not eat any of them just some dry now and then. So, I had became wooried about him so I started hand feeding him of which is all fine. But, he will only eat pieces of chicken breats and ham and beef slices hand fed. Is there any other kind of food I can give him to help him gain anykind of fat????
Hello, my 15 week old male puppy was trying to hump my female, and now his penis wont go back in the shealth. I am worried as he is in discomfort. And I have been reading up as to what it could be, and it looks like. I can’t get to the vets until tomorrow and I am scared that his penis will need to be amputated due to necrotia. He is asleep now. I just want to know if it will be ok to take him first thing tomorrow morning? Or will that be too late?
My 13 year old mixed Lab was recently diagnosed with ehrlichiosis through a blood test. I have gotten some conflicting information through my local animl hopital and my own research, so I thought I’d try you guys. My dog shows none of the symptoms of ehrlichiosis but the vet has prescribed a 60 day course of 250 mg of dioxycycline to treat it. This is about $400 worth of pills at my local pharmacy. Are there other treatment options and does my dog even need treatment if he has no symptoms?
I have a 3 year old Female Maine Coon who is very shy. I am going on vacation and have someone who will come in twice a day to feed her. They suggested it might be better for her if I took her there rather than leaving her alone. She just lost her brother this week, but she is very close to my dog. Unfortunately the dog is going to be boarded so she will be totally alone for the first time in her life. She never comes out when a stranger comes in the house, including when I am away on vacation. I do not want to stress her out and wonder if it is just best to leave her in her familiar surroundings. Also the person who is going to take care of her lost her cat last month due to age, and I am sure her house is still going to smell of her male cat. Not sure if that would stress her.
Sooo, is it best to leave her home?
Thanks, Carole Reid