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Dog on lasix still coughing and throwing up

This post is one of my first here and its my first with a vet clinic. I adopted a 8 week old male from the shelter and gave him his first deworming shot (praziquantel) the next day and I have no idea what I did wrong, the doc sd he was fine and I am to do the deworming every 2 months and he did so. I have not done another deworming shot since the first one.

I also started him on lasix 2 days after his first shot and I have noticed he is coughing, he is throwing up a bit, but he is eating fine and he has a normal amount of water.

He is still a little scared of me, but that is normal at this point. Any thoughts?

Thanks

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What kind of cough is it? If its a dry cough without any other symptoms its probably just stress related. Give him some chicken broth and lots of water. I dont think its too big of a concern at this point. Make sure that you are giving him at least the same quality food as the rest of the herd.

I dont think it is a dry cough, but it sounds like a deep cough (like if your choking on something and not coughing up any fluids). It happens while he is sleeping sometimes, and it is not like the cough from a cat who has an acute upper respiratory problem (like a URI). It just feels like he has a really deep cough, but he does not cough up any fluids. He is fine eating and drinking normally.

We've been to the vet several times since the first deworming shot. They have told me it is nothing to worry about and its just stress. They say I should not give lasix.

What do you think, and if its stress is there any thing else you think I should do to make him feel better? I have started giving him a few drops of milk every 2-3 hours in hopes of it calming him down, but that hasn't helped either. He is just a little baby, so this is all really stressful.

The vet says it's not that serious. He is coughing because of the deworming shot, but the doctor thinks he's just stressed because I'm not letting him sleep outside as much as he wants. I'm a little worried about that, but I know they don't want him to go into respiratory distress.

We've been to the vet several times since the first deworming shot. They have told me it is nothing to worry about and its just stress. They say I should not give lasix.

What do you think, and if its stress is there any thing else you think I should do to make him feel better? I have started giving him a few drops of milk every 2-3 hours in hopes of it calming him down, but that hasn't helped either. He is just a little baby, so this is all really stressful.

The vet says it's not that serious. He is coughing because of the deworming shot, but the doctor thinks he's just stressed because I'm not letting him sleep outside as much as he wants. I'm a little worried about that, but I know they don't want him to go into respiratory distress.

What are you giving him? Chicken broth?

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Originally Posted by pixiedog1

We've been to the vet several times since the first deworming shot. They have told me it is nothing to worry about and its just stress. They say I should not give lasix.

What do you think, and if its stress is there any thing else you think I should do to make him feel better? I have started giving him a few drops of milk every 2-3 hours in hopes of it calming him down, but that hasn't helped either. He is just a little baby, so this is all really stressful.

The vet says it's not that serious. He is coughing because of the deworming shot, but the doctor thinks he's just stressed because I'm not letting him sleep outside as much as he wants. I'm a little worried about that, but I know they don't want him to go into respiratory distress.

What are you giving him? Chicken broth?

Quote:

Originally Posted by pixiedog1

We've been to the vet several times since the first deworming shot. They have told me it is nothing to worry about and its just stress. They say I should not give lasix.

What do you think, and if its stress is there any thing else you think I should do to make him feel better? I have started giving him a few drops of milk every 2-3 hours in hopes of it calming him down, but that hasn't helped either. He is just a little baby, so this is all really stressful.

The vet says it's not that serious. He is coughing because of the deworming shot, but the doctor thinks he's just stressed because I'm not letting him sleep outside as much as he wants. I'm a little worried about that, but I know they don't want him to go into respiratory distress.

What are you giving him? Chicken broth?

Quote:

Originally Posted by pixiedog1

We've been to the vet several times since the first deworming shot. They have told me it is nothing to worry about and its just stress. They say I should not give lasix.

What do you think, and if its stress is there any thing else you think I should do to make him feel better? I have started giving him a few drops of milk every 2-3 hours in hopes of it calming him down, but that hasn't helped either. He is just a little baby, so this is all really stressful.

The vet says it's not that serious


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