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Should I Take My Puppy To A 24 Hour Vet Or Wait Til Morning?
I Came Home From Work And Took My 9 Month Old Puppy Out And Played For About 15 Minutes And She Was Fine. When We Came Back In, She Immediately Layed Down And Wouldn'T Get Up. After A While She Got Up, Drank A Bunch Of Water, And Then Threw Up Green Liquid. Now She Is Laying Down Again And Will Hardly Lift Her Head. Her Gums And Tongue Are Also Unusually White. Can I Wait Til Morning To Take Her To The Vet Or Is This Emergency Vet Time?

take her now, i had a puppy a couple of years ago that a few days after i got it seemed fine one minute and the next it started out with the lethargy and puking, then she got diahrea when I took her in to the vet it turned out to be parvo and they recommended that I put her down. I AM NOT saying that is what your dog has!! just take her in immediatly to be sure...she might have even eaten something that has upset her belly or it could be a number of things..better safe than sorry!
I found this when I googled pale gums maybe it might help:
Warning Signs of Serious Disease in Dogs

1. Protracted vomiting and diarrhea

There are at least 63 causes of vomiting in dogs, but the most common cause is simply known as dietary indiscretion. Dogs who get into the trash, eat animal carcasses or drink pond water all can end up with very dicey gastrointestinal tracts.

Other more serious causes of vomiting and diarrhea include diseases of the pancreas, liver or kidney, or other primary intestinal diseases such as a blockage, parasites, cancer, ulcers or inflammation. Your veterinarian may need laboratory tests and X-rays to sort these out.

The first important criteria is to confirm that your dog is drinking water and able to hold it down without vomiting. Then, evaluate your dog’s attitude: Is she lethargic, lacking appetite and not interested in her usual activities? This can be a sign of serious underlying disease. Finally, note whether the vomiting and diarrhea appear to be worsening or fail to improve in 24 hours. Without improvement in 24 to 36 hours, it is time for a visit with your veterinarian to rule out serious disease.

2. Pale gums

Lift up your dog’s upper lip and notice the gum color. It should be a vibrant pink. An early warning sign of serious disease is pale gums. Anemia, caused by a lack of red blood cells, will give your dog’s gums a ghostly pallor. Anemia has many causes, and your vet will have to sort this out.

Usually pale gums are accompanied by lethargy. Dogs who eat rodent poison can start to bleed slowly internally, and pale gums would be the first sign a dog owner would notice. Dogs who are bleeding from their spleen may be fine one minute, then collapse the next as the bleeding worsens. Any sign of pale gums warrants an emergency visit to the vet.

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My Dog Is Acting Strange And We Do Not Have A 24 Hour Vet...?
So... My Dog Is Acting A Bit Strange Tonight. Normally I'D Take Her To The Vet, But It'S Late And We Do Not Have A 24 Hour Vet, So I Turn To The World Of Yahooanswers. Her Symptoms Include Excessive Thirst And A Dull Coat. She Whines When I Touch Her Sides, But I Do Not See Physical Issues To Deal With. The Thing That Bothers Me The Most Is That She Is Backing Up And Circling Off To The Left Almost Like She Can'T Help Herself. My Question To All Of You Is This, What Do You Think May Be Wrong With Her?

Try calling some of the local vets and even if not local call some farther away, at least one of them will take after hours phone calls and give you advice. Just last night I called my vet clinic at 10, I was sent to an automated answering service, which then sent me to an operator, who then took my number and had my vet give me a call back, I then explained to my vet what my puppys symptoms where and she gave me instructions on what to do.

Where Can I Find Free Or Very Cheap Vet Care For My Dog?
I'M Not Sure But I Think My 15 Year Old Pit Had A Seizure Today. . I'M So Nervous And Afraid That Something Terrible Is Wrong. . I Know She Needs To See A Vet As Soon As Possible But I Can'T Afford It. . I'M Not Working, So My Funds Are Very Limited, But I Know She Needs Medical Attention. . She Is A Awesome Member Of My Family And I Can'T Lose Her. . Please Help Me Help Her

no where

cheap vets don't exist and free ones don't either

If you can't afford a vet then you can't afford to own the dog and need to surrender it. You can't afford it since you have the net, and a cell phone and the computer and all these luxieries.

If An Alien Came To Earth And Needed Medical Attention, Would They See An Md Or Dvm? Md Only Know Humans, Dvm Know A Variety Of Animals.?

Aliens better bring their own doctors. If their physiology is significantly different from us, they may be SOL.

Pet Passport-Vet In Spain Did Not Fill Out My Dogs Passports Correctly,Can Another Vet Sign And Stamp Instead?
Pet Passport-Vet In Spain Did Not Fill Out My Dogs Passports Correctly,Can Another Vet Sign And Stamp Instead? While Living In Spain I Rescued 2 German Shepherd Dogs, And Finally When I Decided It Would Be Easier And I Would Be Able To Give Them A Better Way Of Life In The Uk I Started Planning My Return To The Uk. I Had Planned My Return To The Uk For Months, Going Through The Very Costly Process Of Having Both My Dogs Treated And Vaccinated, Micro Chipped- The Whole Lot! My Vet Knew When I Would Be Traveling And Told Me Everything Would Be Ok. I Spent More Money Than Is Even Bearable To Think About. Point Being, I Left Spain And Drove All The Way To The Euro-Tunnel In France (16 Long Hours) For Them To Turn Round And Refuse My Dogs Entry In The Uk As The Vet Had Not Stamped Current Rabies Vaccination,Tape Worm And Tick Paper Work Had Not Been Filled Out Correctly And The Serological Test Had Not Been Stamped Filled Out Correctly. Also The Time Between The Blood Test And Insertion Of The Micro-Chip And Travel Wasn'T Long Enough (Again I Asked The Vet About All This And He Assured Me Everything Would Be Fine) I Was Actually Told By The Staff At The Euro-Tunnel In France They Would Not Be Traveling And When I Asked What Options I Had, I Was Answered By &Quot;You Can Either Put Your Dogs In Quarantine Or Put Them In The Canal!&Quot; (What Drown My Dogs??No!) Of Course After All The Time, Effort And Money I Put Into Getting Them Here I Wasn'T About To Give Up There And Had To Put Them Into Quarantine- Which Again Is Very Costly. I Had To Leave My Dogs In Quarantine In France And Travel On The The Uk Without Them, Which Killed Me. So My Question Is... Can Another Vet In France Sign Off And Correct The Previous Vets Mistakes Without Having To Go Through The Whole Process Again????? The Vet In Spain Signed Off And Stamped Some Of The Paper Work But Not Fully Throughout The Passport, Will Another Vet Be Able And Allowed To Sign Off The Missed Pages??? If Anyone Can Answer My Question This Would Be Much Operated, Cheers Debbie

If the Pet Passport has been issued incorrectly then it is unlikely that a French vet would issue a new passport without repeating the steps. Most vets would be understandably reluctant to place a professional signature on work not carried out by themselves. You would be better to contact the Spanish vets and try get them to rectify any mistakes made on the Passport, assuming they have followed the correct protocol. It may be simply that they have followed the correct protocol but actually made errors on signing of the document, in which case they may be able to send out a new passport document.

The Pet Passport protocol is as follows. The pet must first be micro-chipped (that can simply be checked using a scanner assuming that's already been done), then vaccinated against rabies and a blood test carried out a few weeks later to prove seroconversion (ie that antibodies have been produced from the vaccination). Details of the chip number have to be recorded on the passport and chipping must be done prior to vaccinating against rabies. 6 months from the date of the successful blood test is the earliest date that an animal would be able to enter the UK as this effectively acts as a period of quarantine. The vet has to sign a section on the Passport stating that they have seen a laboratory report stating that the animal has 'passed' this blood test. 24-48h before entering the UK the animal requires tick/tapeworm treatment which needs signed off on the Pet Passport also. If any sections of the Pet Passport have not been filled in correctly then the animal will not be able to enter the UK. The Rabies vaccinations need to also be kept up to date and boosted within 3 years of when they were first given to keep the Passport valid.

Where Can You Get Dr Daisy Pet Vet?

Hey Aggie!

I searched the regular sites I go to and only found Dr. Daisy Pet Vet at Big Fish Games:
http://www.bigfishgames.com/download-gam...

I guess just wait and it will make it to Game Socks and other sites. Might be soon because I didn't see it listed as a Big Fish Games exclusive.