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Pregnant dog not eating

Species: dog | Category: general | Submitted: 4 May 2009 09:10PM | viewed 71007 times
Q Julie asks:

My dog (King Charles Cavalier) has gone off her food. She will only eat a few small pieces of chicken but I don't think it's a good idea as this tends to give her diarrhoea.

Q Our vet says: Since you say she is pregnant it is important that you take her to your vet to be checked. Something could be wrong if she has gone off her food and it would be wise to ensure that all is well.

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