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    Would a cooling coat help? Or B&M have been selling cooling mats quite cheaply.
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    Try goats milk in the water, each rescue dog we've had who has had issues with eating etc we've done goats milk (semi skimmed St Helens farm is the best one we've found) and it settles their tummy's...


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    So, we completely got it wrong. Luna collapsed earlier and we’ve had to rush her to the out of hours vet. They’re keeping her in on a drip but her tummy is very sore and, given she’s on anti inflammatories, they’re concerned she’s got a perforated ulcer and internal bleeding. They’re going to do an ultrasound and we go from there.

    Polo’s a lot more comfortable though ......
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    Poor Luna

    Hope Polo is beginning to improve.
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    This is a roller coaster! Ultrasound and other tests came back normal other than slightly elevated kidney issues. They now think she’s got a particularly nasty tummy upset as she’s started with the runs ...... she’s got to stay on the drip today and we go from there

    Polo’s recovering and looking a lot more with 8t but still not got much appetite

    This week has been so horrible, we’re both exhausted and completely drained
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    They couldn't have both eaten something when they've been out at all could they? Seems odd that they both get ill so soon together....


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    Quote Originally Posted by Suzi View Post
    They couldn't have both eaten something when they've been out at all could they? Seems odd that they both get ill so soon together....
    We asked the vet that this morning. She thinks it’s highly unlikely and is just a horrible coincidence. Tbh, they never go off the lead so it’d be unlikely they’d have eaten something without Si knowing.

    Luna is so thin, you can see every vertebrae
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    Oh hunni!


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    Poor you!! Is Luna your greyhound Paula? I remember some years ago when we had Penny, she had a mysterious illness with terrible runs, and she spent a week at the vets. She was never quite right after that. She came home looking like a skeleton. I was shocked!..I mean, they're thin even when they aren't ill! They never really got to the bottom of it. We stopped feeding her her normal greyhound kibble. We were feeding her loads of fish and rice, chicken and rice and scrambled egg in the morning. They have such finely tuned digestive systems. Arrowroot powder mixed into her water is great for their upset tums. But I expect you know all this anyway....hope there's some improvement soon love.

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