My dog is throwing up blood

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My dog is throwing up blood-red liquid and not eating and acting sickly (and is having diarrhea.)

He's not acting like himself.

Has anyone else had this problem with their dogs? How can I help him?

He's acting and acting, but not eating.

I took him to the vet because he's been throwing up blood red,

The vet gave him some meds, then took blood from the tip of his

little finger to test the PH.

His PH was high.

I took him back to the vet to get his blood test results, then I got them and read them.

He has a virus.

How long does the virus go away?

I think it should go away, but if it doesn't,

I'll have to take him to the vet again.

When I told my mom what I thought I read, she said to give it to

the vet and get his blood tested again.

I'm confused.

I'm thinking about what I read and how my dog seems to be

unable to do anything.

He just lays around, or runs around with his tongue hanging out.

He has an appetite.

He's acting very ill.

Can anyone tell me what I should do to help him?

I know how to feed my dog, and that I need to do

something to make him feel better, but I'm not

sure what I should do.

Can you help me?

Thank you.

This is an important question.

Please take care of this dog as well as possible.

Give him all the good nutrients in the right amounts, and

feed him every two hours.

If he starts getting weak or his

eyes and breathing begin to get very bad,

take him to the vet right away.

In case this occurs, don't forget to take his temperature.

You can find this with your dog, on the inside of his

legs, just above the paw.

If you can't get to him, or he seems too weak to take to the vet,

have a neighbor watch him and take him to the vet as soon as he can

stand up.

Make sure you tell the vet to test the

blood for high PH.

Make sure you bring the test results

with you when you bring him to the vet.

Be careful with the food you give him.

Some food can cause a high PH, and can even

cause him to bleed more inside his body.

Keep feeding him as usual, but don't give him any food

that you don't feed to everyone else.

Remember that you will have to go to the

vet soon for more blood.

This is very important.

You may have to go to the vet

many times.

Thank you for your help.

You have been very kind to read

my question and answer it.

If you have any other questions, or need help

or advice on any part of the process, please

ask me and I will be glad to help you.

Have a nice day.

## Chapter 10: Treating Infections

Treating an infection that has been diagnosed is very important,

but it can be difficult.

A person infected with a virus may be unable to tell

if the infection is a very mild one or a very

severe one.

Some infections are very difficult to diagnose

in the beginning.

A dog who has an infection may be acting

normal at the beginning, and the infection

may not have appeared yet, or it may not be

that serious.

The dog may not be sick or weak, but it may be

acting a little sick, just enough to make the

person or the family wonder if the dog

has a problem.

If you find this happening, then it's very important

to be sure to keep taking your dog to the vet to be


If the dog appears sick, then it's time to be

sure to give the dog a special medicine that's

supposed to help the dog fight the infection.

Your vet will tell you what to give, and

how much to give.

Give the medicine every four hours for the first

few days.

The time you should give the medicine

depends on the dog's age, weight, and how sick

he seems to be.

Your vet will help you figure this out.

In the beginning, your dog's health will be

normal, but he may start acting sick.

It's very important for you to take your

dog's temperature, at the same time every day,

and see if the temperature goes up

during the day.

Keep track of the temperature, as well

as how your dog acts and what he looks


It will help you and your vet figure out

if the infection is getting worse or better.

Your vet will help you find the right

time to go see him for the first time.

When you go for your first visit,

tell the vet you want to


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