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Old 10-10-2013, 10:09 PM   #551
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Thanks PF. So far, so good, she's keeping it down.

She did fine on our walk. I don't know that I could go 6 days without eating....
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Old 10-10-2013, 10:25 PM   #552
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Thanks PF. So far, so good, she's keeping it down.

She did fine on our walk. I don't know that I could go 6 days without eating....
Heck, I can't go 6 hours...
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Old 10-10-2013, 11:46 PM   #553
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Beagle wasn't able to hold down yesterday's cooked chicken, as I found out early this morn................
Tonight, she ate some chicken, and seemed to like the white rice and broth. Yay! Hopefully she can hold it down.
Poor Beagle! Poor Dawgluver! Hope Beagle gets better so YOU can feel better. (((((hugs))))) to both of you.
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Old 10-10-2013, 11:57 PM   #554
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Poor Beagle! Poor Dawgluver! Hope Beagle gets better so YOU can feel better. (((((hugs))))) to both of you.
Thanks, CG! We're exhausted!
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Old 10-12-2013, 06:18 PM   #555
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Ok, I'm out of ideas. Beagle refuses to eat her boiled chicken and rice that vet had recommended. I was able to get her to eat a couple teaspoons of canned tuna, but due to mercury and sodium content, they don't recommend a steady diet of it. I got her antiemetic (anti-puking) pills down her by rolling them in peanut butter. I soaked her regular Iams Lamb and Rice in beef broth, she's not interested. Tried regular white rice, meh, even with beef broth. She's had all sorts of tests and nothing shows up. I took her for a long walk, she was fine.

Other than tuna and peanut butter, what else might get her to eat? She was really sickly this morning, thankfully, after her pills, she seems better, but still not interested in food.
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I wish I knew Dawg...maybe scrambled eggs with a little broth.
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Thanks PF. Will give that a shot, I'd thought about that too.
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Old 10-12-2013, 06:48 PM   #558
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Drained and rinsed, canned green beans.
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Old 10-12-2013, 06:56 PM   #559
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I wish I knew Dawg...maybe scrambled eggs with a little broth.
Our fussy elderly dog would eat her medicine mixed in with scrambled eggs. I got a bit tired of doing that, so started putting it in canned food and she eats that. Hope this helps.
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Cheese? I seem to remember that dogs shouldn't have too much cheese. I think it can constipate.
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