bluenose323 wrote:Thanks for the help and quick responses, once again.
I've taken note of everyone's input and will be formulating my process of elimination diet as soon as possible, but something happens today that I don't recall in the past. He pooped a couple drops of blood, away from the first pile of dook he had planted just a couple minutes prior. This was late last night. In the mornings I usually feed him and take him to walk, but this morning he refused to eat. I took the leash put and he was just as exited as usuall. He did poop once on the walk but it wasn't a firm stool, a lot more runny. When we got back home, I put the food out after he get a drink of water and he hesitated. I literally had to stand over him and force him to eat it, he did. I'm getting worried guys, it wasn't much blood, but he isn't acting right. I'm starting to think he might be allergic to the chicken?
He's currently eating a now grain no corn Evo diet, primal raw chicken, and a couple pumps of fish oil all stirred up.
Has it passed the stage of it just being an allergic reaction? Should I be worried and get him to the vet again? I won't be able to go till Monday or Tuesday... This sucks.
mtlu wrote:Is his limping due to a recent injury? I would spend money to look at that first before spending money on the allergy testing. Tramadol is a fairly strong pain reliever and also a little strange to me that she did not first prescribe an NSAID. We've had a couple orthopedic issues with Molly but even with the first event, an NSAID was prescribed to see if the anti-inflammatory properties and strict rest would heal what might have been muscle injury (turned out to be ligament injuries).
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