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    DefaultHelp...emergency vet visit or wait?

    Need some quick advice. Got home about about 1 1/2 hours ago to find Molly standing in her crate full of vomit. Multiple vomit places on the wall and possible diarrhea. A total horrible mess. Picked he out of the crate and bathed her. Took he outside where she had multiple liquid stools. She has spit up a couple of times since then...a clear liquid and some grass she ate. Cleaned up the crate and put he back in itin the kitchen and am trying to clean up this huge mess.

    She is currently resting okay. Do I need to make an emergency vet visit? She has no pain in the abdomen and was running around out side while I cleaned the crate.

    I had come home from lunch today and she had a little diarrhea while we walked so I gave her 1 tbsp pumpkin with her food. Definitely thinking about changing food but not feeding her anytime soon.

    I am very worried!

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    Do I need to make an emergency vet visit?
    Yes.

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    Definitely get to the vet ASAP!
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    Take her in. That is a lot of stuff to come out of both ends. She will be very dehydrated. Hope she is ok, keep us posted.

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    Emergency vet YES!!!!


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    Yes. Please keep us updated.
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    at the vet...waiting on xrays and blood work. she is sleeping right now with her head on my lap. wonderful emergency vet. R.E.A.C.H. in asheville, NC.

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    Hoping all is getting better for your pup.

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    Okay so we are at home now. X-rays were fine. All blood tests were okay except for white blood count which they said was only slightly elevated. They gave her sub q fluids and metronidazole and some other medication. Can't eat or drink until tomorrow. Then bland diet for a couple of days.

    Just got all the vomit off the walls, carpet, and my bed. Noticed she must have thrown up when I was carrying her to the tub because it was all over the bathroom...walls, sink, door, mirror, etc.

    This must sound crazy it I sure do love this dog!

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    Keep us updated!
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