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A quick call to the vet might allay your concerns normal behaviour or what is to be expected after these meds. Better than worrying.

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Butterscotch might not be as popular as vanilla or chocolate. But, it sure is good. If you like butterscotch, the thought of butterscotch pudding might already have your mouth watering in eager anticipation. Chef Kitty is stirring up batches of various flavoured puddings for our enjoyment.

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Took Lola to the vet today, vet said she had gas and was slightly dehydrated but otherwise seemed fine. He assumed she wasn’t in any pain, and said Lola probably ate something her tummy isn’t agreeing with. He gave me metrondizole for after she eats and famotidine for before she eats. He also gave her a few shots of fluid for her dehydration. I gave her the medicine, she FINALLY ate, and didn’t puke or poop it out right away. I gave her the famotidine after as well. Now, she seems a little tired and isn’t as energetic as before. Shes just sort of sitting around, kind of hunched over. She is walking normal and not falling over or anything but she doesn’t seem to …

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Agree KZ! I go by my vet’s recommendation, which is wet food as well as dry, twice a day, no free feeding, no treats (although sometimes I place a bit of the dry kibble on my palm and Dorry thinks that it’s a treat). At times we have adjusted as required, as I used to feed him 3 times per day but could not guarantee that I’d be home on time. He’s sleek and slim and vet is pleased, therefore so am I. Is it possible to get a vet’s input? They can make recommendations based on the kit’s entire health profile/specific needs.

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