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Old 02-13-2013, 10:23 AM   #71 (permalink)
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Did she eat anything yesterday?

Just asking....

If she ate anything, that could be why she is still vomiting so much. You should let them know if she ate anything, even just a bite.

Pancreatitis the dog needs to be fasted completely for at least 24 hours, if not longer depending on the severity. Pancreatits the pancreas is working overdrive. Feeding makes it work more, which makes them sicker. So fasting helps the pancreas slow down and eventually stop once all food is digested. When it's stopped, it can rest and heal.

the antibiotics will be helpful. Most cases should start them when a diagnosis is made just to be safe. But really, her staying at the vet is the best thing. They can monitor her.

I had an aussie mix who ate a jar of peanut butter (literally the whole jar - PB and all), an she had to be at the vet for a few days. She was very sick and felt crummy for awhile. When she came home we had to feed her chicken and rice in small small portions, and only a small amount of water many times through the day for about a week. Then she gradually worked up to meals and back to her own food.

Praying Violet gets well and feels better soon.
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Old 02-13-2013, 10:24 AM   #72 (permalink)
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I wouldn't put anything past Laurel, Dewey and Hardy to swallow something that they shouldn't, but if Violet did, I'll be really surprised! She was never one to chew or eat anything that she wasn't' suppose to.
Sounds like Tyler. A tissue is as much on the "wild" side as he'll go. Violet will not be out of my mind for a minute today. I wish there was something more we could do, Debbie, but you know she's got a ton of Aunties and Uncles pulling for her and for you.
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Old 02-13-2013, 10:26 AM   #73 (permalink)
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Deb, she does look so miserable in that pic. Praying that the third med works and she stops vomiting. Sorry she is going through this.

We are all here for you! Hugs!
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Bless her sweet little self. I know you would like to be with to hold and comfort. But, she's where she needs to be. Praying that the Dr finds what the issue is quickly. Please continue to keep us posted on how Violet is.
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Deb, I'm sorry I'm just now seeing this!!! I truly hope Violet gets better very soon, and that third medicine keeps her from vommitting I have faith she is a little fighter and will be back in your arms soon! Love and prayes your way!!!
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Ahhh dear little girl...the photo is so sad.. she does show in that, that she doesn't feel well! Praying that today with the new meds she'll do better.
Pancreatitis can be a slow fix. We had many pooches on our diabetes board over the years that had bouts. They came thru but it was a slow-go.... very frustrating because I think we all want our babies fixed NOW!...at least I do!
Having the IV support is so important... keeping hydrated and 'supported' is what's important so she's in best place for this.
Something like this comes on so fast...
Will continue to pray for little Violet until she makes a full recovery!!!
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Poor little baby! I hope she starts to feel better fast. She is in the right place, where they can give her what she needs, as she needs it.
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Deb, I am so sorry little Violet is not doing better yet. I know it is hard that she isn't home, but it is good that they are monitoring her and giving her fluids so that she doesn't become dehydrated You must be so worried, and we are all worried for her right along with you.

My little Molly had pancreatitis once, out of the blue. We don't know what caused it. She was vomiting non-stop. She did have to say at the hospital for a few days with fluid and rest. It just took time for her system to rest and recover. But she recovered fully, and never had another problem. Violet is in good hand with the vet. Still sending lots of prayers and wishes that she feels better very soon.
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Sending prayers to Violet. Get better sweet girl !
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Deb I See the new update and iam praying for this little one so hard.
stay strong Mommy. Nickee* ill just keep following the posts,I wish i could do more for you.
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