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My dog keeps drinking water and throwing up. I want to find out why. Is this serious?

My dog has had this for a couple of days now. We had it checked with a vet and he didn't find anything. I gave him some water but he has the same results. He's drinking less and he's throwing up a lot. Is this a serious problem?

We have a dog that we've had since he was 9 days old. He's 5 now, but his behavior hasn't changed much since then. My mom rsed him and he was really outgoing and easy to care for. But now he's starting to act like he doesn't know us, and if we come home he greets us and then just walks away and won't follow us. We took him to the vet last week for a rabies vaccination. They sd that he has had the shot before, and it had been a while. So they gave him a second shot and let him out to pee. They came back a few minutes later and sd he was fine and the first shot worked. We don't trust the vet, but the only thing we can think of is that he has a bladder infection, which I read might sometimes turn your dog into a drunkard.

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My dog keeps drinking water and throwing up. I want to find out why. Is this serious?

My dog has had this for a couple of days now. We had it checked with a vet and he didn't find anything. I gave him some water but he has the same results. He's drinking less and he's throwing up a lot. Is this a serious problem?

We have a dog that we've had since he was 9 days old. He's 5 now, but his behavior hasn't changed much since then. My mom rsed him and he was really outgoing and easy to care for. But now he's starting to act like he has ADHD. He walks in a zigzag pattern and then spins around to look at what he's passed. He runs in circles and just generally acts like he doesn't have a focus. Is this typical of an older dog's behavior?

Our dog has this behavior too. At times he will walk in a zigzag pattern. Then suddenly he will turn and point out what he has passed. He will then walk in circles, looking around him, not focusing at all on where he is going.

Then he will run for about half a block, then change directions, turn around, and run in the opposite direction. He seems like he is lost in thought but can't focus on what he is doing.

He has never barked at any other dog but if one comes near him he growls. We even had one dog who would try to get his attention and then try to get him to get into play but he ignores them and just walks around barking for no reason. When they try to catch him he runs away from them.

He seems to be an older dog and acts like he is about 14 years old. He was a really good dog and loved to go for walks but these new behaviors bother us. We want him to have a normal life with us but he seems to have nothing going on in his brn and he is showing us that he doesn't want to be with us and that he is depressed.

Does anyone else have any suggestions of what we can do to help him?

It is probably best to take your dog to the vet for a checkup. If you don't take him, they may not find out what is wrong. It is a disorder which needs to be checked out, as well as a treatment plan. It is best to find out what is going on now, rather than when your dog is at his peak of health. If you don't want to take him to the vet, I would recommend finding an animal behaviourist, and working with that person.

It is also possible to have these behaviours in old dogs, it is just that some older dogs become less active and less inclined to be playful. You might want to talk to your vet about that possibility too.

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I went to the vet and they gave me prescriptions for some benedryl and they also put me on a new brand of pill they gave me to stop him from growling. The first time he growled at the vet he was on this medication. In the mean time I started to notice his aggression was directed at us humans so we had a play day when he was out of the house. He doesn't have the urge to just chase us anymore like he did in the house.

He has also improved with his sleeping habits. He will go for one night and he will sleep a full 12 hours and sleep for 3-4 hours without moving. I will come home from work and he will be laying on his back looking like a little angel.

It has taken 5 months but I am glad that I finally can actually sleep in our bedroom because he will not wake us up in the middle of the night or let us sleep if he senses that I am sleeping.

He is also much more friendly when I am home and I know that I did not give him that medication before.

I will now ask the vet about giving him a anti-depressant. My vet also recommended some supplements that help with aggression. I would love to find out what they are so I can try them for him.

Thank you for your reply. Unfortunately we can't put him on any medications until he is three months old. That would be so unfr to him at such a young age.

Our vet sd that it was normal for him to be more aggressive in the house, we will see if that improves.

I have a friend who is a police officer who told me that police dogs who are exposed to drugs become aggressive, they start biting people and attacking everything they see. It's hard to give him medication if he does not even like himself. He is only 1 month old now and I really don't know what to do. He can't sleep for long periods of time anymore and he seems to be very upset. He will bark and bark and bark until he finally gives up and sleeps.

What should I do? How should I treat him? What can I do to make his life better?

He doesn't seem to like himself either. He walks around the house like a zombie and he seems really scared. He is really thin and almost skeletal. I did not expect that he would be so weak. I am trying to change his diet, so we can't blame that. I hope that his problem will get better, it does not look good for the moment.

Thank you for your reply. Unfortunately we can't put him on any medications until he is three months old. That would be so unfr to him at such a young age.

Our vet sd that it was normal for him to be more aggressive in the house, we will see if that improves.

I have a friend who is a police officer who told me that police dogs who are exposed to drugs become aggressive, they start biting people and attacking everything they see. It's hard to give him medication if he does


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