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Dog acting funny

Post by John Fahl » Tue, 26 Oct 1999 04:00:00



Take him to the vet asap.  It could be bloat and if it is you don't have a
lot of leeway time before it is terribly life threatening!  And if is not
bloat at least you will have peace of mind!

Good luck!

Quote:

>Hi, my name is Cara, and all day long my normally hyper and peppy
>schnauzer has been acting funny. He has stayed secluded in a bedroom
>sleeping all day, and is unusally quiet. He acts as though he is scared
>and possibly uncomfotable or in pain. His stomach feels bloated and his
>breathing is very fast. His heart beat as far as I know felt normal
>except fast to match his breathing. He is six years old, if you counld
>maybe give us an idea as to what this might be meaning please write
>back!
>Thank you,
>Cara

 
 
 

Dog acting funny

Post by Derek Gagn » Wed, 27 Oct 1999 04:00:00


Hi, my name is Cara, and all day long my normally hyper and peppy
schnauzer has been acting funny. He has stayed secluded in a bedroom
sleeping all day, and is unusally quiet. He acts as though he is scared
and possibly uncomfotable or in pain. His stomach feels bloated and his
breathing is very fast. His heart beat as far as I know felt normal
except fast to match his breathing. He is six years old, if you counld
maybe give us an idea as to what this might be meaning please write
back!
Thank you,
Cara
 
 
 

Dog acting funny

Post by Janet Bostwic » Wed, 27 Oct 1999 04:00:00


Take your dog to the vet.  If it is bloat, it is probably already too late.

Janet

Quote:
> Take him to the vet asap.  It could be bloat and if it is you don't have a
> lot of leeway time before it is terribly life threatening!  And if is not
> bloat at least you will have peace of mind!

> Good luck!


> >Hi, my name is Cara, and all day long my normally hyper and peppy
> >schnauzer has been acting funny. He has stayed secluded in a bedroom
> >sleeping all day, and is unusally quiet. He acts as though he is scared
> >and possibly uncomfotable or in pain. His stomach feels bloated and his
> >breathing is very fast. His heart beat as far as I know felt normal
> >except fast to match his breathing. He is six years old, if you counld
> >maybe give us an idea as to what this might be meaning please write
> >back!
> >Thank you,
> >Cara

 
 
 

Dog acting funny

Post by NJP626 » Wed, 27 Oct 1999 04:00:00


Although it's very unusual for this breed of dog to experience a problem with
bloat it's worth checking out. My concern woull be more along the lines of a
heart condition or a liver problem.  At any rate only a vet can help you with
this diagnosis and the sooner the better.  Let us know the prognosis.

Nancy