HELP with dog and vomitting

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HELP with dog and vomitting

Post by Laur » Sun, 18 Apr 2004 14:26:51



hi
Yesterday my dog ate a fair amount (one of those tubs you get at
walmart)
jube, jube like candies (squishy and sugar coated) and was acting fine
until
tonight.  She keeps shaking as though she is scared, not like
convulsion
shaking, but her body is shaking like she's scared.  She has vomited 4
times, once this afternoon (no one was aware of it though since my
brother
didn't tell anyone til she was sick the second time), then 3 times
tonight.
The only time saw they actual vomit was when she did it in the
house(clear
with a little yellow not much but chunks of what looks like to me jube
jube).  The other two times were outside and i didnt see the stuff
since
it's dark, i just saw her being sick.  She was also panting a bit but
she
drank water and is better with that.  When she shakes though her belly
makes
funny grumbiling noises.  She had diarrhea when i let her out last
time.
Then was straining like she had to go more but nothing.  I then let
her out
again because she wanted to go and it looks like there is hard stool
out
there that she could have just done (not sure though since  i had to
get the
phone).  Right now she's still shaking a bit.  There are no vets open
until
tomorrow around 10.  I was wondering if she could just have an upset
tummy
from the candy, or if it is toxic to her.  I know chocolate is toxic
to dogs
and she hasn't had any of that, that i know of, she's had it before
fairly
large amounts and we were lucky she was ok (my little brother needs to
learn
how to put up food when he's done with it, before he goes out).  I
don't
know what else it could be other than the candy because are other dog
and
her are usually together when they are let out and we have no
chemicals in
the house they can get into, since our cats are fine and they get in
more
trouble than the dog.

A few minutes ago she was still shaking as if she's scared and when
you call her name she
kinda stops for a minute.  but she's trying to nap and it doesn't stop
after that.  I don't know if she's trying to pass some candy or what.

Now she's sleeping on the couch and doesn't seem to be shaking too
much, she was shaking a few minute though when she either breathed in
but less now.

So if anyone has any info it would be greatly appreciated, until i can
get
her to the vets tomorrow, hopefully she'll be ok through the night, i
mean other than the shaking she seems ok, but it's not getting any
worse or better.

Thanks so much

 
 
 

HELP with dog and vomitting

Post by buglad » Sun, 18 Apr 2004 20:08:19



Quote:
> hi
> Yesterday my dog ate a fair amount (one of those tubs you get at
> walmart)  jube, jube like candies (squishy and sugar coated) and was
acting fine
> until tonight.  She keeps shaking as though she is scared, not like
> convulsion shaking, but her body is shaking like she's scared.  She has
vomited 4
> times,

<snip>
There are no vets open

Quote:
> until tomorrow around 10.  I was wondering if she could just have an upset
> tummy from the candy, or if it is toxic to her

.......The shaking doesn't sound good - I'm wondering about the state of her
kidneys.  Even though the vet is not open there are usually emergency
services that you can find out about by calling the vet's number.  Ask your
vet about it when you're there today.  Hope she'll be OK.  Please post back
after you've been to the vet.

buglady
take out the dog before replying

 
 
 

HELP with dog and vomitting

Post by Pat » Sun, 18 Apr 2004 21:43:01


Have you not dot an emergency vet anywhere.
Most places do.
Do not give the dog any more food.
I am a bit concerned as you said puppy.
If it is a puppy you need the vet today I think.
Pat.


Quote:
> hi
> Yesterday my dog ate a fair amount (one of those tubs you get at
> walmart)
> jube, jube like candies (squishy and sugar coated) and was acting fine
> until
> tonight.  She keeps shaking as though she is scared, not like
> convulsion
> shaking, but her body is shaking like she's scared.  She has vomited 4
> times, once this afternoon (no one was aware of it though since my
> brother
> didn't tell anyone til she was sick the second time), then 3 times
> tonight.
> The only time saw they actual vomit was when she did it in the
> house(clear
> with a little yellow not much but chunks of what looks like to me jube
> jube).  The other two times were outside and i didnt see the stuff
> since
> it's dark, i just saw her being sick.  She was also panting a bit but
> she
> drank water and is better with that.  When she shakes though her belly
> makes
> funny grumbiling noises.  She had diarrhea when i let her out last
> time.
> Then was straining like she had to go more but nothing.  I then let
> her out
> again because she wanted to go and it looks like there is hard stool
> out
> there that she could have just done (not sure though since  i had to
> get the
> phone).  Right now she's still shaking a bit.  There are no vets open
> until
> tomorrow around 10.  I was wondering if she could just have an upset
> tummy
> from the candy, or if it is toxic to her.  I know chocolate is toxic
> to dogs
> and she hasn't had any of that, that i know of, she's had it before
> fairly
> large amounts and we were lucky she was ok (my little brother needs to
> learn
> how to put up food when he's done with it, before he goes out).  I
> don't
> know what else it could be other than the candy because are other dog
> and
> her are usually together when they are let out and we have no
> chemicals in
> the house they can get into, since our cats are fine and they get in
> more
> trouble than the dog.

> A few minutes ago she was still shaking as if she's scared and when
> you call her name she
> kinda stops for a minute.  but she's trying to nap and it doesn't stop
> after that.  I don't know if she's trying to pass some candy or what.

> Now she's sleeping on the couch and doesn't seem to be shaking too
> much, she was shaking a few minute though when she either breathed in
> but less now.

> So if anyone has any info it would be greatly appreciated, until i can
> get
> her to the vets tomorrow, hopefully she'll be ok through the night, i
> mean other than the shaking she seems ok, but it's not getting any
> worse or better.

> Thanks so much

 
 
 

HELP with dog and vomitting

Post by Laur » Tue, 20 Apr 2004 07:12:18


hi
sorry i didn't post earlier, i have been busy.  we couldn't find an emrgency
vet that night but by the time i went ot bed she had eaten and drank and
appeared fine.  the next morning she seemem fine as well so we didn't take
her to the vet.  she's fine now as well, we will be keeping all food up away
from her though.
thanks for your concern
Laura
oh and she's not an actual puppy she's about 3 years old, i just always call
dogs puppies.


Quote:
> hi
> Yesterday my dog ate a fair amount (one of those tubs you get at
> walmart)
> jube, jube like candies (squishy and sugar coated) and was acting fine
> until
> tonight.  She keeps shaking as though she is scared, not like
> convulsion
> shaking, but her body is shaking like she's scared.  She has vomited 4
> times, once this afternoon (no one was aware of it though since my
> brother
> didn't tell anyone til she was sick the second time), then 3 times
> tonight.
> The only time saw they actual vomit was when she did it in the
> house(clear
> with a little yellow not much but chunks of what looks like to me jube
> jube).  The other two times were outside and i didnt see the stuff
> since
> it's dark, i just saw her being sick.  She was also panting a bit but
> she
> drank water and is better with that.  When she shakes though her belly
> makes
> funny grumbiling noises.  She had diarrhea when i let her out last
> time.
> Then was straining like she had to go more but nothing.  I then let
> her out
> again because she wanted to go and it looks like there is hard stool
> out
> there that she could have just done (not sure though since  i had to
> get the
> phone).  Right now she's still shaking a bit.  There are no vets open
> until
> tomorrow around 10.  I was wondering if she could just have an upset
> tummy
> from the candy, or if it is toxic to her.  I know chocolate is toxic
> to dogs
> and she hasn't had any of that, that i know of, she's had it before
> fairly
> large amounts and we were lucky she was ok (my little brother needs to
> learn
> how to put up food when he's done with it, before he goes out).  I
> don't
> know what else it could be other than the candy because are other dog
> and
> her are usually together when they are let out and we have no
> chemicals in
> the house they can get into, since our cats are fine and they get in
> more
> trouble than the dog.

> A few minutes ago she was still shaking as if she's scared and when
> you call her name she
> kinda stops for a minute.  but she's trying to nap and it doesn't stop
> after that.  I don't know if she's trying to pass some candy or what.

> Now she's sleeping on the couch and doesn't seem to be shaking too
> much, she was shaking a few minute though when she either breathed in
> but less now.

> So if anyone has any info it would be greatly appreciated, until i can
> get
> her to the vets tomorrow, hopefully she'll be ok through the night, i
> mean other than the shaking she seems ok, but it's not getting any
> worse or better.

> Thanks so much

 
 
 

HELP with dog and vomitting

Post by The Puppy Wizar » Tue, 20 Apr 2004 23:40:44


Yeah. Glycerin and sugar could cause sweet diareah.


Quote:
> hi
> sorry i didn't post earlier, i have been busy.  we couldn't find
an emrgency
> vet that night but by the time i went ot bed she had eaten and
drank and
> appeared fine.  the next morning she seemem fine as well so we
didn't take
> her to the vet.  she's fine now as well, we will be keeping all
food up away
> from her though.
> thanks for your concern
> Laura
> oh and she's not an actual puppy she's about 3 years old, i just
always call
> dogs puppies.



> > hi
> > Yesterday my dog ate a fair amount (one of those tubs you get
at
> > walmart)
> > jube, jube like candies (squishy and sugar coated) and was
acting fine
> > until
> > tonight.  She keeps shaking as though she is scared, not like
> > convulsion
> > shaking, but her body is shaking like she's scared.  She has
vomited 4
> > times, once this afternoon (no one was aware of it though
since my
> > brother
> > didn't tell anyone til she was sick the second time), then 3
times
> > tonight.
> > The only time saw they actual vomit was when she did it in the
> > house(clear
> > with a little yellow not much but chunks of what looks like to
me jube
> > jube).  The other two times were outside and i didnt see the
stuff
> > since
> > it's dark, i just saw her being sick.  She was also panting a
bit but
> > she
> > drank water and is better with that.  When she shakes though
her belly
> > makes
> > funny grumbiling noises.  She had diarrhea when i let her out
last
> > time.
> > Then was straining like she had to go more but nothing.  I
then let
> > her out
> > again because she wanted to go and it looks like there is hard
stool
> > out
> > there that she could have just done (not sure though since  i
had to
> > get the
> > phone).  Right now she's still shaking a bit.  There are no
vets open
> > until
> > tomorrow around 10.  I was wondering if she could just have an
upset
> > tummy
> > from the candy, or if it is toxic to her.  I know chocolate is
toxic
> > to dogs
> > and she hasn't had any of that, that i know of, she's had it
before
> > fairly
> > large amounts and we were lucky she was ok (my little brother
needs to
> > learn
> > how to put up food when he's done with it, before he goes
out).  I
> > don't
> > know what else it could be other than the candy because are
other dog
> > and
> > her are usually together when they are let out and we have no
> > chemicals in
> > the house they can get into, since our cats are fine and they
get in
> > more
> > trouble than the dog.

> > A few minutes ago she was still shaking as if she's scared and
when
> > you call her name she
> > kinda stops for a minute.  but she's trying to nap and it
doesn't stop
> > after that.  I don't know if she's trying to pass some candy
or what.

> > Now she's sleeping on the couch and doesn't seem to be shaking
too
> > much, she was shaking a few minute though when she either
breathed in
> > but less now.

> > So if anyone has any info it would be greatly appreciated,
until i can
> > get
> > her to the vets tomorrow, hopefully she'll be ok through the
night, i
> > mean other than the shaking she seems ok, but it's not getting
any
> > worse or better.

> > Thanks so much