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  • in reply to: Rectal issues #77561 Report Abuse
    Jan M
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    Red, you are a “God send” to me.❤️ 🐾

    in reply to: Rectal issues #77553 Report Abuse
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    This has all been a wonderful help to me, especially Red. I really needed assurance that it might take a few days. She still isn’t eating the special food doc gave me but she ate a small chicken treat this a m . She loves eggs…do you think I should try her on a bite or two of scrambled? She is drinking water. Can the blockage , only in stomach…not bowel, pass thru even if she doesn’t eat? Thanks again

    in reply to: Rectal issues #77542 Report Abuse
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    Thanks bcnut and pit love for input. Takes a lot of detective work.it is going to be another bad night I can tell. If she won’t eat then how can she poop the wad out?that is the conundrum ?

    in reply to: Rectal issues #77533 Report Abuse
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    Hi, no …not bones….frozen raw chicken patties with ground bones as part of the ingredients. It called for 3 patties a day for her size but I only gave her 2 as a supplement cause they are expensive. I am just praying she will eat and poop it out but she still feels horrible tonight and won’t eat! Thanks.

    Red….if you see this…how long before your dog cleaned out?

    in reply to: Rectal issues #77519 Report Abuse
    Jan M
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    Read it…good info. Thanks again. Hope you are here if I have any more problems!

    in reply to: Rectal issues #77515 Report Abuse
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    Well, we had a horrible night with her…she felt so bad, paced and paced.i was at vets early and guess what? X-ray showed a mass of the ground up bones from raw food was blocking part of her stomach! And I thought I was giving her the very best! I was the cause of it! He gave her a shot to help with her nausea, several medications to help with her tummy right now. She is already feeling better. Most of her misery was coming from nausea due to partial blockage. Needless to say , she will never go back on a raw diet. Thanks for your advice.

    in reply to: Rectal issues #77478 Report Abuse
    Jan M
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    Forgot to say she is three .

    in reply to: Rectal issues #77477 Report Abuse
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    Oddly enough she is mostly Peke! Never constipated…usually two poops a day.switched to raw to make her poops real firm, hoping they would express on their own . Vet and groomer said glands were not full. They look perfectly fine…not red or swollen, but she is not happy!! No tests done yet as she is health in every other way. Thanks for your input.

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