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loose stools, lethargic

Category: behaviour | Submitted: 19 August 2007 05:38AM | viewed 4979 times
Q Sabrina asks:

We purchased this pup 1 week ago. The owner said he had been dewormed, but he has had very loose stools over the weekend and now has become lethargic to the point of barely moving. I have not seen any worms or other parasites in his stools. We also gave him a dose of dewormer. What is wrong?

Q Our vet says: It sounds very serious from what you have told me. Pups which are barely moving as you have described need urgent veterinary help. Take him along to your nearest vet as soon as you can.
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