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    there is no vet for me to take him to today. I'll have to wait till monday, but I wanted to hear what ya'll think. I'll be calling my mom too in a minute.

    My boy puppy, (the brown one in the pictures ) is sicky! He throw up twice yesterday before I gave them. He eat some of the food but not as much as he usually does. He played but not as hard. And then to top it off lose slightly bloody poo.

    So this morning I go to where teh kennel is and find him throw up some more. I pull him out and clean him up and put him in his own kill. He's not whining at all. Which this dog HATES to be in a kennel by himself. I don't know if thats a sign too but, i'm just an overly worried furmomma!
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    There are 24 hour emergency vet clinics in San Antonio - a bit aways but not horribly so.


    BROADWAY
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    8503 Broadway, Suite 105
    San Antonio, Texas 78217
    Phone: (210) 822-2873
    Fax: (210) 822-3036
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    New Braunfels
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    280 N. Business 35 Suite 100
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    Phone: (830) 609-2873
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    SONTERRA
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    503 E. Sonterra Blvd, Suite 103
    San Antonio, Texas 78258
    Phone: (210) 404-2873
    Fax: (210) 858-0133
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    please don't wait til Monday, take him to an emergency vet now. Has he had all his parvo shots ?
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    Bloody poop and vomiting is a sign of parvo, if that's what it is, he could die before monday. Please go to an e-vet.
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    you need to get your dog to the vet! gooooo. parvo. bad bad bad stuff.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rcwant2be View Post
    you need to get your dog to the vet! gooooo. parvo. bad bad bad stuff.

    It's also very contageous.
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    DO NOT wait until Monday...quite honestly he could be dead by then and your whole clan of pups infected. He has signs of Parvo, lethargy, bloody stool and vomiting. He can't wait until Monday. Puppies go down hill very very fast.
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    Parvo almost killed my great dane pup......it's a nasty ass virus. Call the vet! Quarantine him and you'll have to clean up where ever he pooped and vomited w/a bleach solution. Even tho' I had my girl vaccinated x4 she still ended up with it.
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    Im with all the other ladies. Waiting until Monday could be to late. Parvo is very serious but can be treated (most of the time) if you get them to the vet. Please don't wait.
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    Definately sounds like Parvo, E-Vet is the best course of action. I believe it can also effect humans although I am not too sure if it's the same strain. I know however that humans can be carriers to dogs.
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