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    Default Re: Bulldog Sick - Vet Can't Diagnose - Advice Needed

    Quote Originally Posted by zansville View Post
    Update - I just took Bailey out for a short walk. He tried to poop several times but only a little bit came out. He also was scooting his behind on the grass. He's never done that before. It definitely seems like there is something in there and he's trying to get it out.

    (sorry for the graphic description, but this seemed important).

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    Default Re: Bulldog Sick - Vet Can't Diagnose - Advice Needed

    I would definitely get a second opinion. I took Jagger to he vet a few weeks ago because he ate stuff he wasn't supposed to. The vet told me anything soft would not show up on x ray. That if he didn't pass anything and did not stop throwing up that they would to surgery. That the only explanation would be a blockage.


    I hope all gets better and the baby gets well soon
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    Default Re: Bulldog Sick - Vet Can't Diagnose - Advice Needed

    You've already been given very good advice. Our first bulldog had a reoccurring blockage that they found only on ultrasound. Insist! Or get another opinion.


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    Default Re: Bulldog Sick - Vet Can't Diagnose - Advice Needed

    Quote Originally Posted by zansville View Post
    Update - I just took Bailey out for a short walk. He tried to poop several times but only a little bit came out. He also was scooting his behind on the grass. He's never done that before. It definitely seems like there is something in there and he's trying to get it out.

    (sorry for the graphic description, but this seemed important).

    Thanks again everyone!

    Kristi
    This could be good. Brutus did that once and I when I looked he had a piece of a rope toy stuck. I had to "help it out". did you check what did come out? maybe it has something in it?

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    Default Re: Bulldog Sick - Vet Can't Diagnose - Advice Needed

    I would get another vet, as it sounds like a blockage to me. Plus don't give bullies rawhides, pig ears, bully sticks or any of that crap, they are bad fir bullies and can kill them. Only Kongs, Nylabones, or antlers. I hope your baby gets better soon. All blockages don't show up on x-Ray.
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    Default Re: Bulldog Sick - Vet Can't Diagnose - Advice Needed

    Kristi, how is Bailey doing? Please give us an update when you can!




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    Default Re: Bulldog Sick - Vet Can't Diagnose - Advice Needed

    Peeps got you covered here, I will be praying for your baby to
    pass it asap~GOD bless y'all!


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    RIP beloved boy.

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    Default Re: Bulldog Sick - Vet Can't Diagnose - Advice Needed

    Just hoping all is well. Please don't delay and call ASAP in the morning. This makes me so so so so very nervous. Please update as soon as you know. And check in to let us know he's okay.....

    Hugs!

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    Default Re: Bulldog Sick - Vet Can't Diagnose - Advice Needed

    Have you tried boiling some burger and rice and drain it and see if Bailey can hold that down. That's what I did to my older dog when she was sick.

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    Default Re: Bulldog Sick - Vet Can't Diagnose - Advice Needed

    Hoping Bailey is well and please update us on his progress.

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    Default Re: Bulldog Sick - Vet Can't Diagnose - Advice Needed

    I hope this all passes for Bailey. I feel so bad for both of you. Please keep us updated.

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    Default Re: Bulldog Sick - Vet Can't Diagnose - Advice Needed

    Just saw this thread! Hope that he's ok and please let us know what you find out!

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