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    Dog won't eat
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    An_257618 posted:
    4 days ago my 9yr old lab mix threw up overnight (a lot). Since then she has not eaten and will only drink a little. She is very lethargic and I have been able to get her to eat a couple of treats out of my hand but if I put her food in my hand she will not eat it. She is up to date on all shots, an inside dog and there is another lab in the house that is not showing any signs of illness. Any help would be appreciated
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    rohvannyn responded:
    Are there any signs of her eating something she shouldn't? Sounds like a vet consult is in order if she doesn't get better.
     
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    westcoastann responded:
    I'd take her to a Vet immediately.


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