Jump to content

ladybugz19

Newbie
  • Content Count

    6
  • Joined

  • Last visited

About ladybugz19

  • Rank
    Newbie, be gentle
  • Birthday 01/03/1983

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Female
  • Location
    MA

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. Thank you all for the suggestions, I think there is another greyhound vet in my area (other than the one I go to). I will have to look into it further. I am also looking into other diet options. She did poorly on pro plan but Iams might be one to try. I tried to post a picture of her, she doesn’t seem that overweight to me.
  2. I’m probably about 2 hrs from tufts. I live on Cape Cod. Side note: I fed her dinner tonight and she was more than happy to eat it out of the bowl.
  3. Hubcitypam - She was originally fed from a metal bowl but when she seemed afraid of it I switched to a plastic and she has been better with it. Bizeebee - The Cerenia worked great at first but now the Pepsid seems to work better. She maybe nauseous often, sometimes I'm not sure. She doesn't really vomit all that often, but when she does it is in the middle of the night. The diarrhea comes and goes, 1 day it will be fine the next it will be loose the next it will be fine etc. I sort of got a bit side tracked, since November I have lost 2 guinea pigs and a cat, all 3 of which had substanti
  4. I probably should have specified that I was at 2 separate vet appointments (we have had many vet appointments). The first one was in Feb.2018 I brought her in because she hadn't eaten in 2 days, the vet gave her Cerenia and she ate dinner that night. She then didn't eat for 3 more days and her diarrhea had progressed to just being a puddle of blood so back we went. The vet suspected a blockage and did a bunch of tests including bloodwork and x-rays. They couldn't find a blockage and diagnosed dehydration because she ate a little after being there all day. I was sent home with Cerenia to give a
  5. Thank you for the information. Her name is Trini (short for Trinity). She tested negative to hookworms Sept. 2018 and Jan. 2019. She had bloodwork done Feb. 2018, she may have had x-rays done then too. I have the x-rays just not sure when they did them. May 2018 she had some sort of weird seizure and she had a full workup at the emergency vet and saw a Cardiologist. Her heart was beating abnormally fast but the Cardiologist said everything was normal. The rescue that I got her from recommended Purina One, but it gave her horrible diarrhea. I switched her to I/D for a while but didn't want to f
  6. I have a few questions about my 4 year old Greyhound. She had Hookworms when I adopted her but has been cleared of them for 8 months. When I adopted her I was having issues with her having a chronic upset stomach, that at one point was so severe she had to spend several days at the vet for fluids. Her vet explained away her symptoms as being from the hookworms at first but symptoms continued after the hookworm was clear and when I took her back to her vet, they said they didn't know what was wrong with her. From what I have been able to figure out it seems she has to have some sort of a meal a
×
×
  • Create New...