Originally Posted by PicoKnows
The dog's white blood cell count is in the 100,000 range, and her body temp is still at about 94 degrees. The doc gave her 2 antibiotic shots, hydrated her, and gave her an oral antibiotic. She sent us home with 2 shots that we have to administer ourselves.
That was 8 hours ago. The dog still has not left her bed, has no interest in food, and is INCREDIBLY lethargic.
Pyometra is a serious infection and can be life threatening. With the temperature, white blood cell count, lack of improvement and lethargy, I strongly feel that your dog should be hospitalized in a facility that can provide 24 hour care. Your dog needs thermal support, intravenous fluid support, intravenous antibiotics, not to mention pain medication and additional supportive medications and monitoring. I would take her in immediately.