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Camera-dog Posted - 01/25/2017 : 08:37:45 AM
I have a husky pup shes 9 months old, about two or three days a go she ate something at the dog park and now has direah and seems to be tryng to poop more often. Im wondering if there could be a possable partial blockage.
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Camera-dog Posted - 01/29/2017 : 9:05:57 PM
Figured out what was going on with Luna, there was no blockage it was a backterial infection in her gut.

Thank you all.
Camera-dog Posted - 01/29/2017 : 06:38:48 AM
the vet sugested that i try giving her some pumpkin with her food. that seemed to help for a lil bit but she dosent seem interested in food today. Ill be heading back to the vet to ask about doing an x-ray
RSmith Posted - 01/26/2017 : 08:41:22 AM
If your concerned, always get an Xray. If its a blockage they can get infection. Never hurts for the $65 Xray.
gonetodogs Posted - 01/25/2017 : 7:16:48 PM
Is she eating and alert or in distress?

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