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Thread: Toenails wearing down to the quick..on a short walk!

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    Default Re: Toenails wearing down to the quick..on a short walk!

    Update us on Lola..
    Hope she back to herself today.....

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    Default Re: Toenails wearing down to the quick..on a short walk!

    It does seem as if she's scared of the big outdoors!!! The panting when you get back to your home could be a sign of that anxiety too. I would speak to a behaviorist about it or do some research!! You say she's ok when she knows she's nowhere near the house ... could you maybe drive her somewhere and go for a walk in a different area??

    Update us on how she's feeling today too !!!!

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    Default Re: Toenails wearing down to the quick..on a short walk!

    Lola is doing better after a rough night. She went from throwing up every hour to only 3 times overnight. I got up at 7, relieved the husband, and gave her a little water, which she kept down. After a second round of water stayed down, we fed her a hard boiled egg and a little chicken. So far so good - she was starvin' marvin. Then at noon, we gave her a little rice and canned turkey. She peed outside and was begging for food, so i'd say we're back on the right track!

    thanks so much for caring, it was really scary when she couldnt keep water down yesterday. her eyes were all bloodshot and she wouldn't move. so much better today.

    she's napping now, but as we're both back to work tomorrow, we're going to have to cone up today at some point to get her used to it. much love! thanks

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