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Bells not well

Discussion in 'Dog Health and Nutrition' started by sarybeagle, Mar 25, 2011.


  1. sarybeagle

    sarybeagle PetForums VIP

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    My cheeky beagle is back to normal :D YAY

    She showed DH up a treat at training and every one commented on how different she was (being naughty) and that its because I wasn't there with them so he is sulking now :eek:
     
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    Brilliant news. Surprising how quickly they bounce back (thank goodness):D
     
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    she's back to being quiet again :( took herself to bed at 8pm again :confused:

    Hoping she will be ok again tomorrow xx
     
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    Could be you've been a bit too enthusiastic with her feeding and her tum wasnt ready.:( If she's poorly again, I would starve her first and then start again - wearing kid gloves this time.

    Hopefully she's just tired and will be right as rain:D
     
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    How is she today?
     
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    She didnt eat anything yesterday aside from a sausage at training.

    Shes much more her old self again today. We have only had 1 episode of sickness on Friday morning, and shes just been quiet. She had a poo at training today and looked like normal so that end is all ok.

    Been for a lovely training session today and walk afterwards and she is now fast asleep and snoring next to me. xx
     
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    Good to hear she is ok:D
     
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    Glad Bell is getting back to normal and agree perhaps she did overdo it a bit yesterday and ate a little too much - just like we can do when we start to feel better.

    Just wondering, she isn't due in season is she (don't know if she's spayed) as Kali would get quiet and off her food a bit when coming up to a season.
     
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    She didnt eat a thing though yesterday. No she was spayed aged 9 months old. But funnily enough trainer said its almost as if shes in season and its about the right time too :confused:
     
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    i had heard that they can have phantom seasons as well as phantom pregnancies after they have been spayed also.
    well hope shes much better now, who isnt better after a walk and some icecream :D
     
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    I have just read this whole post and i am soo gald she is doing better , its so hard when they are unwell ,i still having problems with my girl , how is she today ??
     
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    She is back to normal (touch wood) today. Running round the house and helping me do the gardening!!

    She has also finally eaten a bowl of food which is the first thing bar training treats she has eaten since thursday morning!!

    xx
     
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