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    Dog throwing up, not eating or drinking, and is pooping blood.
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    kristy81611 posted:
    My dog has not eaten or drank anything for three days and I just saw her pooping blood. She was throwing up yesterday and the day before, but not today. She's actually moving around more today and looks to be bouncing back, but I just saw the blood and she's definitely not feeling great. It's Easter and the vet is closed. Anyone know what this could be or if I need to take her to the emergency room? I'd do anything to help if she needs it, but an emergency vet is more than I can afford really. Not sure if I can give her something from home.
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    Bonnie Beaver, BS, DVM, MS responded:
    If you haven't already, do take your dog to see your veterinarian as soon as possible. It sounds like she is very sick and needs some expert care very soon.


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