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Old September 30th, 2001, 10:38 AM
tricia5476 tricia5476 is offline
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Unhappy puppy stomach noise

Our nine week old beagle mix pup seems to be having stomach distress. She was sitting on my lap this morning and her stomach sounded like two cats fighting. She went and laid down on her blanket and her stomach got louder and louder. She slept for the next three hours and was not interested in playing with me or my husband. She just woke up and went potty outside. My question is , is this normal? We feed her Iams puppy food. She seems more tired than usual. She did get an old cucumber out of the garden yesterday. Could this be the cause of her loud tummy? Is there anything we can do for her?
Thank you Tricia and Scott
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Old October 2nd, 2001, 03:08 PM
ophelia ophelia is offline
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Hi

Although i am not a vet I do have some puppy experience....if the puppy did eat a cuke, that could surely be the cause of her stomach distress.

i'd keep an eye on her...and watch her when she goes outside.

a bit of rest should do the trick.

if she does not get better though ie. appear completely normal by the next day...i'd bring her to a vet.

good luck

ophelia
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