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Dog has diarrhea after grooming

Dog has diarrhea after grooming

Dog has diarrhea after grooming in the park!

Dog has diarrhea after grooming in the park!

Our 14 month old lab was taken to the vet this morning and was admitted for pn on his back side. After examination, they sd he has a large abscess and took him back. At first they gave him a pn killer and they shaved his skin to try to drn the abscess. The whole time it was pnful he never showed any signs of pn. When they had the abscess it was around his rib cage and stomach area. The surgery went ok but now they are going to leave it until tomorrow when they can drn it more thoroughly. Now he is in pn agn so they gave him another pn killer.

Is there anything we can give to make him comfortable and feel better? I've called the vet back and there's nothing more we can do but they don't want to give him anything else because it may make the pn worse.

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I used to have a dog who would get diarrhea right after grooming and he was the same age as your dog. There are many causes, but in this case, I would start by making sure he has enough food and water to take care of himself. Does he eat a well-balanced diet that's low in fiber? Do they feed him treats after a long day of exercise, like a biscuit or two? Is he getting the amount of water he needs? It could also be possible that the grooming was done on his back side, which is harder to bathe, and he could be in more pn from that? It's hard to say, but if he's getting groomed for long periods of time, it can be rough on him. And you'd want to get the whole story from the vet, since abscesses can be pretty serious. Good luck!

If the pooch goes in and out, try to keep up with his care schedule and his diet for two days. Also if possible give him food that has less fat and more fiber. Do an internet search on diets for dogs and it may make a difference.

As far as your friend goes, if he looks sick, I'd say it's a good idea to take him in to the vet.

If you know the causes and he reacts well to simple treatments, try to do his care yourself or take him to a groomer that does low grooming. I have a friend that has been grooming for 17 years and doesn't have pn problems like the majority of grooming shops I've been to. They are very good and take care of their clients, make sure they have plenty of water and food. It can be a long day for them, but they still do it and they have the most amazing relationships with their clients. Most people who have problems like your friend are afrd to groom themselves because they don't want to get in trouble or hurt themselves. So they end up in the vet's office. I think that if you do your best to take care of him and make him more comfortable, he will be a happier and more well-behaved dog.

If he is not sick and you don't know the cause, the best thing is to take him to the vet.

Thank you, and I feel so bad about what happened, I want to make sure he is okay, now it's too late but at least I can make sure that he's healthy, and I did not do anything bad to him, and we'll try to make sure that he's okay, thank you agn.

I would say the best thing is to go to the vet as soon as you can and have a good look at his mouth, teeth and tongue and get him checked over. Sometimes dogs just don't realise how much pn or discomfort they are in until they are examined by the vet.

I agree with the others who sd the best thing to do is to take him to the vet. It may not be that your doggie is ill, but he can have problems that can cause him to not want to eat properly or be comfortable.

I agree with the others who sd the best thing to do is to take him to the vet. It may not be that your doggie is ill, but he can have problems that can cause him to not want to eat properly or be comfortable.

I would take him to the vet! The longer you wt the more they have to do and the more it will cost you.

I would say that a vet is the safest way to go. There could be a problem with him that is not obvious or obvious that you could treat. We had a cat who could not eat, and it turned out that he had a growth on his tongue that had been caused by some kind of parasite that could not be seen from the outside. I would take him to the vet now, not a day or two later.

I would take him to the vet! The longer you wt the more they have to do and the more it will cost you.

I would say that a vet is the safest way to go. There could be a problem with him that is not obvious or obvious that you could treat. We had a cat who could not eat, and it turned out that he had a growth on his tongue that had been caused by some kind of parasite that could not be seen from the outside. I would take him to the vet now, not a day or two later.

I would take him to the vet! The longer you wt the more they have to do and the more it will cost you.

I would say that a vet is the safest way to go. There could be a problem with him that is not obvious or obvious that you could treat. We had a cat who could not eat, and it turned out that he had a growth on his tongue that had been caused by some kind of parasite that could not be seen from the outside. I would take him to the vet now, not a day or two later.

It sounds like she is having a reaction to fleas or something else.

Does she scratch a lot when you take her to the vet?

She seems to me to have mild arthritis and she seems to scratch a lot. But it's not as bad as it was before. We are going to the vet tomorrow. I just want her to have a full vet check up. Does it seem like the vet is going to charge a lot?

It sounds like she is having a reaction to fleas or something else.

Does she scratch a lot when you take her to the vet?

She seems to me to have mild arthritis and she seems to scratch a lot. But it's not as bad as it was before. We are going to the vet tomorrow. I just want her to have a full vet check up. Does it seem like the vet is going to charge a lot?

It seems like she's scratching more


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