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Old 02-16-2013, 08:56 PM
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Pam,
I sent you a PM yesterday after losing a post here I was trying to make on my phone. Hope to hear some good news on Newman. Please keep us posted!
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I'm sorry....I meant to say that he has both diarrhea and vomiting. Although he does (excuse me here) eat his vomit back up.

eww I'm making myself sick.
I hope things are better, I always love your posts, ya they like to eat that, must be a surivival instinct.

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I'd be concerned about the possibility of pancreatitis, with vomitting and such. With Cushings' dogs who develop pancreatitis, it was always recommended that food be withheld. Fluids should be given and sometimes even electrolytes.

Pancreatitis can be deadly if severe. Does Newman have any abdominal pain? Is he overweight? Being heavy seems to stress the pancreas more.

I'd take him off food for a while.

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Just saying Hi Bonnie, haven't been here for awhile.

Sorry to slide in here Pam, I know you understand, we're all nuts.
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Old 03-26-2013, 06:04 AM
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Dolly! I'm always glad to hear from you and glad to read about your little Pippy
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Pam

Just catching up here, how's Newman doing?

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Old 03-27-2013, 11:12 AM
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Hey Louise! Nice to "see" you here. Newman seems to be better, but won't know until a blood re-check. I have to go to another Vet as the Vet that originally did the blood work thinks the lipase levels are okay and no further tests are warranted.....

I just read something that was linked in here recently that said a dog that vomits and re-eats his food is the ultimate compliment that he likes the food? How odd?
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