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Old April 25th, 2004, 11:00 AM
Dennis Coutts Dennis Coutts is offline
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Unhappy Sick Puppy

My puppy is 7mnths old he got his six month vaccination 3 days ago and ever since he has been under the weather (decreased appetite, chunky vomit once daily, and runny pooh) still very playful and energetic, want to know if this is a normal occurence or if we should start worrying. At present he is chasing down our family cat.(puppy is an Olde English Bulldogge) please help!!!
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Old April 25th, 2004, 11:21 AM
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Some pups do act this way after a vaccine.Just like babies do after they get theirs(thank god for baby tylonal..lol)....Just keep an eye on him.If there are any changes,then call the vet.

My one dog Yukon was like that after he had his vaccines when he was a pup...He was fine.

Do you have any pics of him?....And the cat too....
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