Been following this from the beginning and feel I have to also give some words of advice. Please,please take this little guy to another vet. Can you even imagine how thirsty this baby is? As a nurse, I certainly can understand the importance of resting the stomach, but in the meanwhile, it is imperative to hydrate the dog by some other means....Intravenous or clysis,etc. You haven't mentioned if he is peeing, or how often. If he has stopped, you could be heading for kidney failure from the severe dehydration, and you could lose him from that. Has the vet done stool cultures in order to see if there is a specific strain of bacteria in the stool that is causing this? I am so afraid for this pup, and I see how much you love and care for him, please get just one more opinion! Prayers from me and my Rosie.
Has Romeo had all of his shots? If not, I do wonder why he wasn't tested for parvo. Parvo can cause the gastro illness you mention
Thankful to you and all the forum members by all my heart..
m filled with tears to see the love and care you all have for my lil baby...
Romeo had his 4 shots completed by the month of January.
And today because of all of you,I questioned the vet about Parvo..
He said he already knew it was PARVO but he didn't want us to be scared so he hid it from us.
Romeo pees around four times a day..which according to the vet is fine..
and now is in the recovery phase.
and today he even started drinking water...but again after 2 hours he vomited a green colored liquid.
I feel I should commit that it is all my mistake as a few days before I brought a Labrador pup home just to socialize romeo...fed him in romeo's bowl...I never knew he was suffering from this Parvo disease...his breeder not even cared to tell me...
yesterday when i saw the same pup in the hospital....i broke ...and then asked the Vet and came to know about all this...
m so upset that because of me my boy has suffered so much..
I pray to god that no dog in the world ever gets this.