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Old December 14th 05, 02:21 PM posted to rec.pets.dogs.health
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Hi NG

my ten-year-old BC started acting strange a week ago.
He doesn't drink much during the day, but really gulps it down at
night, he then starts barking to be let out. Once outside, he goes for
a pee and then started drinking that dirty water from the fishpond,
although his bowl is filled-up again and again with fresh water.
Drinking a full bowl of water he has never been done before but does
now. He also vomits a lot, when he has cleaned that waterbowl.
Anybody's any suggestion what might be wrong with that dog?

ask kindly
Detlev E. Deipenau
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Old December 14th 05, 03:25 PM posted to rec.pets.dogs.health
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Detlev E. Deipenau wrote:
Hi NG

my ten-year-old BC started acting strange a week ago.
He doesn't drink much during the day, but really gulps it down at
night, he then starts barking to be let out. Once outside, he goes for
a pee and then started drinking that dirty water from the fishpond,
although his bowl is filled-up again and again with fresh water.
Drinking a full bowl of water he has never been done before but does
now. He also vomits a lot, when he has cleaned that waterbowl.
Anybody's any suggestion what might be wrong with that dog?

ask kindly
Detlev E. Deipenau


Diabetes or cushings disease are just two of the possibilities, my dog has
both!

Obviously the sonner you get him to a vet the better it will work out, ours
almost died once the vomitting started, too much glucose in the blood.


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Old December 14th 05, 03:50 PM posted to rec.pets.dogs.health
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"Phil L" wrote in message
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ours almost died once the vomitting started,


Detlev,

Read that line carefully. Take your dog to the vet before it is too late.

J. dvm


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Old December 15th 05, 10:48 AM posted to rec.pets.dogs.health
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On Wed, 14 Dec 2005 10:50:26 -0500, "J. Martin"
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"Phil L" wrote in message
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ours almost died once the vomitting started,


Detlev,

Read that line carefully. Take your dog to the vet before it is too late.

J. dvm



Thanks all of you for your help.
I immediately went to the Animal-Clinik of the University of Hannover
where the figured a pancreas infection as well as old-age-diabetes.
They've put him on a drip and just phoned me to tell me that he's
responding well but has to stay for another couple of days for further
treatment.
Again, thank you all.

Kind regards from germanys beautyfull north.
Detlev
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Old December 15th 05, 12:23 PM posted to rec.pets.dogs.health
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Did someone say B.C Canada well funny thing about that place is that I
live there and we do not like sex trade in children rings your little
winning streak is over due to the favct that it was not a winning strek
it was a losing streak for the children the sex trade hurts.BET MY LIFE
ON IT.

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Old December 15th 05, 01:28 PM posted to rec.pets.dogs.health
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Thanks all of you for your help.
I immediately went to the Animal-Clinik of the University of Hannover
where the figured a pancreas infection as well as old-age-diabetes.
They've put him on a drip and just phoned me to tell me that he's
responding well but has to stay for another couple of days for further
treatment.
Again, thank you all.


Best of luck.


 




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