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|05-13-2012, 02:57 PM||#1|
Join Date: Apr 2012
Location: Fort Worth
complete personality change
My baby girl is 13 weeks old and she has had a COMPLETE personality change. She use to act like a puppy by running, playing and chewing with her toys. About a week ago she started acting strange and now acts like a 10 year old dog. She doesn't play and run around like she did. She is quiet and doesn't bark, but never did. I took her to the vet and they did a CBC checked her glucose her glucose was 165, organ functions all looked normal but she did have a slight high WBC and she was slight anemic. He put her on , hight drops, an oral steroid for any inflammation. She is just not getting better or acting normal. She is eating, drinking, peeing and pooping normal it is just her personality. I am so worried about her because she just looks and acts miserable almost depressed. I took her back and she now how a horrible eye discharge and is now on eyedrops. I would appreciate any feed back or suggestions. Thank you!
|05-14-2012, 10:19 AM||#2|
Join Date: May 2009
Location: Baltimore, Maryland
I also posted this in your other thread...
I'm sorry...I didn't make the connection that this started right after her vaccination.... even one vaccine can knock a puppy out for up to a week to 14 days. You should start seeing her doing better soon... I would call the vet (or look on your receipt) to see exactly what vaccine she got... even if it's all capital letters please post it here...we may be able to tell you what is most likely affecting her
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