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Old August 13th, 2003, 12:25 AM
gina99 gina99 is offline
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emergency dog problem

If anyone can help me, before I call the emergency vet. I have a 13 year old pug female. She has nerve damage in her back. Trouble walking around, but no other problems. FOr the last 2 days, she has had liquid poop. It's has the consistency of jello. really gross. i've tried everything, i don't know what to do. Does anyone know what this is?

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Old August 14th, 2003, 10:29 AM
bohemian bohemian is offline
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Hi,

Sorry to hear of your news. It sounds like it's vet time though.

You have to find out why the dog is pooping poorly.

Could it be related to pain (stress) from the nerve damage...no way to tell without examining the dog.

It could also be worms, something the dog ate, problems related to the age of the dog, parasites or other possibilities. That's why the dog should be examined asap.

please let us know how this turns out.

best of luck

Bohemian
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