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Old 03-14-2010, 06:11 PM   #1
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Hi! I'm just got my Yorkie (his name is Cutie 2 weeks ago. He is 10 weeks old. The first few days I got him, he was fine. The after about 3 days he started sneezing. He then started coughing. I took him to the vet and she said it was probably kennel cough. They gave him antibiotics. Then a couple days later he threw up, first a yellow/orange color (a lot) and then about 4 times he threw up something that looked like white foam. I really panicked and took him to the vet again. They did tests for parvo and gardia and they both came out negative. They did a blood test and told me he had some anemia. They didn't really come to a conclusion to what he had, said probably a virus or ate something he shouldn't have. They put him on another antibiotic and a medicine that would help with the vomitting. He hadn't thrown up for 3 days now but today I think I made the mistake of switching his food. I got desperate because he barely wants to eat and the vet told me it was very important that he drinks water and eats. Today he has thrown up a couple times, all the times it wasn't a lot and it seemed like it was the new food. Do you think this is normal?

I am going to put him back on the old food. He only weights about a 1 pound and 8 ounces. I want to know if it's ok if he eats his last meal of the day at around 7pm and then doesn't eat until 6am? Is this too much time without food or is it ok?

I'm sorry for all the questions, but I am so confused and so worried about him. I just want him to be ok and I get so scared everytime he throws up. I try so hard to clean up every thing so he has nothing to pick up from the floor but he always finds something. If I leave him in a room alone, he starts crying, he can't stand being alone. Should I just let him cry even if it breaks my heart?

Thank you for your help!
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Hi! I'm just got my Yorkie (his name is Cutie 2 weeks ago. He is 10 weeks old. The first few days I got him, he was fine. The after about 3 days he started sneezing. He then started coughing. I took him to the vet and she said it was probably kennel cough. They gave him antibiotics. Then a couple days later he threw up, first a yellow/orange color (a lot) and then about 4 times he threw up something that looked like white foam. I really panicked and took him to the vet again. They did tests for parvo and gardia and they both came out negative. They did a blood test and told me he had some anemia. They didn't really come to a conclusion to what he had, said probably a virus or ate something he shouldn't have. They put him on another antibiotic and a medicine that would help with the vomitting. He hadn't thrown up for 3 days now but today I think I made the mistake of switching his food. I got desperate because he barely wants to eat and the vet told me it was very important that he drinks water and eats. Today he has thrown up a couple times, all the times it wasn't a lot and it seemed like it was the new food. Do you think this is normal?

I am going to put him back on the old food. He only weights about a 1 pound and 8 ounces. I want to know if it's ok if he eats his last meal of the day at around 7pm and then doesn't eat until 6am? Is this too much time without food or is it ok?

I'm sorry for all the questions, but I am so confused and so worried about him. I just want him to be ok and I get so scared everytime he throws up. I try so hard to clean up every thing so he has nothing to pick up from the floor but he always finds something. If I leave him in a room alone, he starts crying, he can't stand being alone. Should I just let him cry even if it breaks my heart?

Thank you for your help!
Suddenly changing the food a puppy is eating will usually cause them to throw up. You should do it gradually by mixing a little of the new food in until the change has been completed over a period of time.

What I would do: Boil some chicken and mix it with rice - see if your puppy will eat that. Bet he does. Plus, it's easy on his tummy.

I would feed him later at night a small snack - about 10 pm. That is too long for some puppies, especially one so small and so young. I've always given mine snacks later in the evening. Mine don't seem to do well, either, by going so long without food. Now, others do fine. Mine just never did.
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Old 03-14-2010, 07:26 PM   #3
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did you get your puppy from a breeder? as 10 weeks is a little young and your baby is tiny 12 weeks is more acceptible here is some info on anemia

Anemia in Dogs

does your dog have any fleas? a little one like that if they get fleas can get anemic

i would not switch any foods just add a little chicken to kibble and rice if you want to encourage eating and also use nutrical and get unflavored pedialyte as well and keep in fridge

what antibiotic are you giving for the kennel cough and are you giving it with food as you have to give 1/2 food antibiotic then 1/2 food as antibiotics on empty stomach will make them sick
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if anemia then i would get extra lean ground hamburger meat make sure extra extra lean and the cook a little up as red meat has iron in it to help with anemia then after cooking it strain it and rinse with water to get all the fat out of it then add a little of that too food instead of chicken - just thought of this as that will give him some iron to balance his blood out
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I think it's important to keep them on the food their breeder used for the first month, that way, you can see if any vomiting is because they are sick or because you did a food change. When you do decide to switch foods, you should go very slowly, sudden changes cause vomiting and diarrhea. I kept Joey in a play pen in the living room while I was cooking, too many things can drop on the floor that would make them sick, even a little onion can make them sick. Puppies want to eat everything they find the first year, so you have to be especially careful, aluminum foil, cotton balls, chocolate, sugarless gum, pennies, q-tips, are all things they will try to eat, and they can get very sick from these things, that's why most people don't let the puppy have run of the house the first year. I would go easy on adding human foods, they can make a really fussy eater, and it's hard to make a balanced diet from human foods. Sometimes a little Nutri-cal or karo syrup can stimulate their appetite.
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I agree with Nancy. Feed him what he was on with the breeder and do not add any human food. He is a puppy and should be on puppy food that has the right nutrients and all for him.

If you switch foods around, and he is vomiting, you will not know if there is something going on with him or if it is the food. Best to stick with one thing for now.
Just keep an eye on him that he does not dehydrate or get hypoglycemic. His gums should be wet to touch....that will show his hydration status. If he loses mental status, that can indicate hypoglycemia.

And, yes, a playpen is wonderful! That way he cannot get into anything when you leave him unattended.

They do cry for attention. It is good for him to be alone sometimes....he will get that you are coming back. Just takes time. If you pick him up every time he whimpers, he will continue that. They are smart!

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Hi! I'm just got my Yorkie (his name is Cutie 2 weeks ago. He is 10 weeks old. The first few days I got him, he was fine. The after about 3 days he started sneezing. He then started coughing. I took him to the vet and she said it was probably kennel cough. They gave him antibiotics. Then a couple days later he threw up, first a yellow/orange color (a lot) and then about 4 times he threw up something that looked like white foam. I really panicked and took him to the vet again. They did tests for parvo and gardia and they both came out negative. They did a blood test and told me he had some anemia. They didn't really come to a conclusion to what he had, said probably a virus or ate something he shouldn't have. They put him on another antibiotic and a medicine that would help with the vomitting. He hadn't thrown up for 3 days now but today I think I made the mistake of switching his food. I got desperate because he barely wants to eat and the vet told me it was very important that he drinks water and eats. Today he has thrown up a couple times, all the times it wasn't a lot and it seemed like it was the new food. Do you think this is normal?

I am going to put him back on the old food. He only weights about a 1 pound and 8 ounces. I want to know if it's ok if he eats his last meal of the day at around 7pm and then doesn't eat until 6am? Is this too much time without food or is it ok?

I'm sorry for all the questions, but I am so confused and so worried about him. I just want him to be ok and I get so scared everytime he throws up. I try so hard to clean up every thing so he has nothing to pick up from the floor but he always finds something. If I leave him in a room alone, he starts crying, he can't stand being alone. Should I just let him cry even if it breaks my heart?

Thank you for your help!
just heads up when they throw up white foam it means the stomach is empty of bile so there is nothing left in stomach

I personally if my dog was on antibiotics as those can make them vomit or have diarhea would get them to eat however i had to as i would never give antibiotics on an empty stomach as you are asking for more stomach upset and since this dog is showing anemic signs i would go with the ground beef below but ask your vet as puppies need protein anyway and a little added to food already feeding from breeder is not going to make them an unbalanced diet. Sadly vets do not know alot about nutrition so that may be a loss cause but you can at least ask about below info you are getting as a tiny like that who does not eat and on antibiotics not good.

I am assuming your vet did a full blood panel and ALT was not high as you do not want to overdo it with protein if the dog has liver issues so please advise if anything was high or high normal or low on blood reading -- obviously we know from anemia the red blood cell count was off

if you do not want to do beef then ask vet about iron supplements for anemia and maybe it is just a little off but i would be asking about that in such a tiny puppy

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Thank you so much for all your responses. I have been feeling so lost and this forum is helping me a lot! I've never had a puppy before so I wasn't sure what to expect but I'm trying to do the best I can for him. He's so tiny and I've only had him for two weeks but I'm already in love with him.

He didn't throw up today, I started feeding him the food he was eating at first and it seems like the problem was that new food I gave him. His apetite even seems to be getting better as today I didn't have to beg him to eat. The vet said he will get his second round of vaccines on Saturday if he's fine all this week. I really want him to have all his shots so I can start taking him outside.

I also left him in the guest room (which has nothing dangerous within his reach) for about 45 minutes during the day. He whimpered and cried a little but eventually starts playing. I'm still sleeping with him in that room because I feel horrible for him to cry all night. I'm waiting a couple more weeks to try and have him sleep there alone. I don't take him into my room because I figured it's easier for me to eventually leave him alone in the guest room than to take him to my room and then try to move him to the guest room.

The potty training in another story....I'm trying to use wee wee pads because he always seems to need to pee in the middle of the night and taking him outside is harder at that time. Also, every time I take him outside he'll put everything in his mouth and that worries me. Have any of you had success with wee wee pads? If I catch him peeing somewhere else should I pick him up and interrupt him and take him to the right place or just let him finish wherever he's at? I've made the mistake of letting him go around the house too much and he's peed everywhere already, I'm trying to confine him to the guest room more time to do the potty training, is that a good idea?

Thank you so much for all your help!
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Thank you so much for all your responses. I have been feeling so lost and this forum is helping me a lot! I've never had a puppy before so I wasn't sure what to expect but I'm trying to do the best I can for him. He's so tiny and I've only had him for two weeks but I'm already in love with him.

He didn't throw up today, I started feeding him the food he was eating at first and it seems like the problem was that new food I gave him. His apetite even seems to be getting better as today I didn't have to beg him to eat. The vet said he will get his second round of vaccines on Saturday if he's fine all this week. I really want him to have all his shots so I can start taking him outside.

I also left him in the guest room (which has nothing dangerous within his reach) for about 45 minutes during the day. He whimpered and cried a little but eventually starts playing. I'm still sleeping with him in that room because I feel horrible for him to cry all night. I'm waiting a couple more weeks to try and have him sleep there alone. I don't take him into my room because I figured it's easier for me to eventually leave him alone in the guest room than to take him to my room and then try to move him to the guest room.

The potty training in another story....I'm trying to use wee wee pads because he always seems to need to pee in the middle of the night and taking him outside is harder at that time. Also, every time I take him outside he'll put everything in his mouth and that worries me. Have any of you had success with wee wee pads? If I catch him peeing somewhere else should I pick him up and interrupt him and take him to the right place or just let him finish wherever he's at? I've made the mistake of letting him go around the house too much and he's peed everywhere already, I'm trying to confine him to the guest room more time to do the potty training, is that a good idea?

Thank you so much for all your help!
Make sure his tummy is always full even if you have to feed him yourself. When I first got all my puppies I had to feed them as they were in a state of shock. lol... Everything is new for them. Good luck with your little one.
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I just got our new puppy this Saturday and we have her in an xpen in our den. She has her crate in the xpen and I live her crate door open during the day. A little more than 1/2 of the xpen is covered with peepee pads and they are working out really well. At night, I bring her crate upstairs to my bedroom and place it on the floor next to my bed. She goes in the crate and I close the door to the crate. She whined a little and I just put my finger through the crate and she quiets right down. When she whimpers in the middle of the night, I take her out of the crate and we go downstairs...into the xpen she goes and she does her peeing. Then it's right upstairs and into her crate again till morning. It seems to be working out okay so far (it's only been two nights though). But her crate is dry and she is using the pads. Hope this helps.
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I kept Joey in a little soft crate like this one next to my bed. 86 - X - Wheel Around Travel Pet Carrier in Red Snoozer. I couldn't bear to hear him cry either, I'm too much of a softy, and I was able to stick my hand in the crate and settle him down, I could unzip it just enough for my hand to get in, but he couldn't get out. I fell asleep with my hand in the crate many nights. No crying though. He woke up at least once a night and I'd set him on a pee pad in the bathroom and I kept putting him on the pad, and he would eventually pee, and I praised him, then I put him back in his little bed, with my hand. First thing in the morning, I'd take him outside, and also after breakfast. So we trained using both pee pads and outside, but he seems to use the pads the most now, and it's really convenient because I'm afraid of using a doggy door with such a small dog.
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Thank you so much for all your responses. I have been feeling so lost and this forum is helping me a lot! I've never had a puppy before so I wasn't sure what to expect but I'm trying to do the best I can for him. He's so tiny and I've only had him for two weeks but I'm already in love with him.

He didn't throw up today, I started feeding him the food he was eating at first and it seems like the problem was that new food I gave him. His apetite even seems to be getting better as today I didn't have to beg him to eat. The vet said he will get his second round of vaccines on Saturday if he's fine all this week. I really want him to have all his shots so I can start taking him outside.

I also left him in the guest room (which has nothing dangerous within his reach) for about 45 minutes during the day. He whimpered and cried a little but eventually starts playing. I'm still sleeping with him in that room because I feel horrible for him to cry all night. I'm waiting a couple more weeks to try and have him sleep there alone. I don't take him into my room because I figured it's easier for me to eventually leave him alone in the guest room than to take him to my room and then try to move him to the guest room.

The potty training in another story....I'm trying to use wee wee pads because he always seems to need to pee in the middle of the night and taking him outside is harder at that time. Also, every time I take him outside he'll put everything in his mouth and that worries me. Have any of you had success with wee wee pads? If I catch him peeing somewhere else should I pick him up and interrupt him and take him to the right place or just let him finish wherever he's at? I've made the mistake of letting him go around the house too much and he's peed everywhere already, I'm trying to confine him to the guest room more time to do the potty training, is that a good idea?

Thank you so much for all your help!
Hope he's turning around. Things are difficult when you obtain a pup at such a young age as 8 weeks. One has to be very careful on what is fed, their digestive tract is very sensitive. Don't change his diet, one bit.

You stated that he is about to get his 2nd round of shots on Saturday. Please google and read Dr Dodd's vaccination protocol. First shot between between 8 and 9 weeks; 2nd 3 weeks later and the 3rd at 16 weeks. I wouldn't get that shot until is digestive system is stablized or as long as he's on antibiotics. Shots should not be given when a puppy is ill.

Yellow bile can either be due to hunger and/or a bit too much protien in the diet. White foam is usually indicative Tonsilitis or can indicate an upper respritory infection. With a wee one, keep Nutrical on hand.

There is a sticky in the breeder section on the fading puppy recipe (no, your puppy isn't fading), but you stated he was anemic.....the recipe is great for that.

Don't expect miracles in the potty training right now....just get him well.
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