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    Eeek... I hope she's well. That's worrying.
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    if you need to don't be afraid to take her in in the middle of the night.

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    Its was a restless night. She wasn't drinking a lot and was quite sick. She ate some chicken though this morning and managed to keep most of it down. The vet wants to keep her in again today for a few hours. She is showing signs of impovement though which is promising.

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    Thoughts are with you, best wishes for little ebby.

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    Prince had a trip to the vet today as well, he's a bit off colour but not as bad as his sister. She had x-rays and blood tests today but they are all fine. The vet is saying its a bacterial infection. They are both back there for the day tomorrow. Hmmm hope they get better soon, I just wanna see them running round and being cheeky again

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    Have they checked for Parvo?
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    Yeah they checked for that today but no sign of it. They have picked up a bit tonight, going to the toilet and eating little bits of food every hour. Prince is yet to eat anything but he is drinking lots of fluids.

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    Default hi ebby's mum

    Hi,
    Sometimes puppies can get fussy about food but I have found generally if they go off their food it's because they are sick or the food does not aggree with their stomachs, watch for lethargy etc. If you can try a different brand of food and see what happens. Also being a puppy she might have eaten something (like a piece of hose or other object sitting around the house) which is now sitting in her stomach. There are so many different things it might be but i would try different food to start. I hope I was some help.
    Matt

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    Poor wee things. Hope they are back to their usual bouncy selfs soon xx

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    Quote Originally Posted by MattM View Post
    Hi,
    Sometimes puppies can get fussy about food but I have found generally if they go off their food it's because they are sick or the food does not aggree with their stomachs, watch for lethargy etc. If you can try a different brand of food and see what happens. Also being a puppy she might have eaten something (like a piece of hose or other object sitting around the house) which is now sitting in her stomach. There are so many different things it might be but i would try different food to start. I hope I was some help.
    Matt
    Matt,

    Did you read the entire thread? The pups are under vet care, so changing anything withough the vet's say so could make things heaps worse.

    Ebby's Mum,

    Hope they're back to their bouncy selves in no time. If they don't start to make an improvement soon though, I'd be getting a second oppinion.
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