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Madison | 3 days ago
I Have A 2 Year Old Pug That Has Started Acting Strange Since Monday The Day He …

I have a 2 year old pug that has started acting strange since Monday the day he went to get his anal glands expressed. Hey has stopped welping at the table when we eat , he has also stopped eating his canned food and only eats his kibble at night, and he has stopped snoring at night like he used to. The thing I’m most worried about is that he has lost two whiskers this month.

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Krista Magnifico
3 days ago

Hello,
If a client calls me with concerns like this I always tell then to listen to their concerns. You know your pet better than anyone else and you are their only advocate. Isn’t it better to be safe than sorry?

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Madison | 4 weeks ago
My Pug Was Throwing Up Today In The Morning He Has Thrown Up Last Week Which …

My pug was throwing up today in the morning he has thrown up last week which was when I took him to the vet they told me to change his food because that will help. I changed his food to royal canin for pugs and he seemed to be doing much better but he would only eat at night so I went out and bought him pedigree canned food he does perfectly fine with the beef but his breeder told us to buy him the pedigree puppy food so we started giving him the puppy food yesterday then he woke up today and threw up twice it’s like some sort of white foam with mucus we also just noticed that his private part is really stiff he is peeing okay and he’s not neutered he’s two years old should I start to worry

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Krista Magnifico
26 days ago

Hello,
I’m sorry but I don’t quite understand your question. It sounds like you should call your vet and ask for help with the concerns you have. I’m not sure if any of the information you list is related to the problems you are concerned about. But I think your vet can direct you. Ask about intestinal parasites, food, anti nausea medications and anything else you have questions about.

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Madison | 2 months ago
My Pug Just Threw Up And I Am Worried But The The Clinic Next To Me …

My pug just threw up and I am worried but the the clinic next to me is closed till Monday will he be okay he is also chasing his tail a lot but he has been eating and playing I am starting to worry I called his doctor and she said to wait till Monday because they are closed she also said it might be his anal glands but why is he vomiting

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Sarah
1 month ago

Good morning
If your dog continues vomiting, you may want to get him to a vet ER. If he is eating and drinking normally and doesn’t seem to be lethargic- he is probably fine.

Laura
1 month ago

You asked this question 3 days ago, as well. I think I’d call the vet today and ask their opinion since he’s vomited twice now.

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Madison | 2 months ago
Hello I Have A Pug And He Is About To Turn 2 He Woke Up This Morning …

Hello I have a pug and he is about to turn 2 he woke up this morning and threw up twice he is also chasing his tail a lot it’s the first time he does this other than that he is eating and playing he is drinking water and acting like a normal dog it’s just that problem should I worry?

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Krista Magnifico
1 month ago

Hello,
I’m sorry but there isn’t enough pertinent medical information for anyone to answer this. It doesn’t sound like an emergency but I would call your regular vet and ask for a check up. Just to be safe. Ask for the anal sacs to be checked. If the vomiting persists for to the vet ASAP

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1 month ago
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If you aren’t on a preventative and you aren’t submitting fecals every year then yes. It’s possible. But do not buy an otc without taking to your vet first.

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Madison | 4 months ago
My Dog Has These Spots All Over His Body What Can I Do About Them And …

My dog has these spots all over his body what can I do about them and does anybody know what they are?

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Sarah
3 months ago

Good morning-
It is so hard to tell anything from a photo. This could be an allergic reaction possibly. You will have to have your vet look at them in person though to be sure. If it is, they can give you some medications (oral/topical) that will help clear it up and offer some comfort to your pup. It could also be a side effect caused by something else- I wouldn’t do anything until you get to see your vet. Best of luck!!!!

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Caroline | 4 months ago
I Have A Small Pug That Has Enlarged Testicles That Is Dragging On The Ground And …

I have a small pug that has enlarged testicles that is dragging on the ground and seems to be a little reddish from scraping the ground. Is it possible to have his testicles removed and how much can I expect to pay. He’s 13 years old.

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Krista Magnifico
4 months ago

Neutering is a safe procedure and cost can vary. I usually ask for an exam,$45, pre op bloodwork $50 and updated vaccines. Surgery is about 150-300. But there are lots of low price spay and neuter clinics around me too. Some are about $20

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Madison | 8 months ago
Hi So My Pug Seems Like He Is In Pain On His Back Leg He Walks …

Hi so my pug seems like he is in pain on his back leg he walks on it but usually liftes it up and he keeps chewing on his paw what can I do

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Krista Magnifico
8 months ago

Hello,
I would be worried that the licking is an indication of pain. Limping can be indicative of many things to. like injury, illness or Orthopedic issues. Please see a vet about this. There is no other credible advice I can give from here.

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Suzanne Cannon | 11 months ago
Paisley’s Story: Spay Surgery (OHE) In A Pug
Treatment Cost (USD): $591.49
Paisley is an 8 month old pug who presented to the clinic for a spay (OHE: ovariohysterectomy) procedure.
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Suzanne Cannon | 11 months ago
Lucy The Pug’s Spay Surgery (OHE)
Treatment Cost (USD): $430.50
Lucy is a 7 month old pug that presented to the clinic for a spay procedure (OHE: ovariohysterectomy.)
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Suzanne Cannon | 11 months ago
Recently Rescued Dog, Ivory, Comes In For A Spay Surgery (OHE)
Treatment Cost (USD): $848.80
Ivory is a 7 year old mixed breed dog who was recently adopted from a rescue organization. Her new owner noticed that she had some lumps on her upper abdomen. The vet determined that these lumps were actually enlarged mammary tissue, and she also noted some discharge around the nipples. She speculated that perhaps Ivory had never been spayed, as she wasn't able to find evidence of a spay scar. The vet's recommendation was that the enlarged mammary growths be removed, and that Ivory undergo spay surgery (OHE: ovariohysterectomy) during the same procedure.
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