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Lifeless

Species: dog | Category: medical-surgical | Submitted: 4 May 2009 09:31PM | viewed 7574 times
Q Karen asks about floyd (dog - German sherpherd cross, M) :

My dog is 14. Just today he became lifeless and not wanting to do anything or answer to his name. He's drinking a lot of water and there seems to be bloat around his tummy. He has arthritis which he gets tablets for. Any ideas what could be wrong?

Q Our vet says: You say he is bloated around his tummy, this can be very serious. Take him to your vet to be checked urgently!

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