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5th October 2009, 12:58 AM
Yesterday pm Chelsea started vomiting, kept it up all night long so off to the emergency vet this morning. Seems to be similar to Pebbles and Honey who where ill this week.
You would never know anything is wrong with her, happy playing and hungery (sp) as ever, but then she vomits about every 2 hours, nothing is getting through. I am suspecting an obstruction, she has had problems in the past with a rawhide comming back 3 days later whole and a felt chew toy the same thing. Ever since then I have been real careful with treats and toys, I must have missed something.
The vet is running test to see what might be wrong, IV and meds to calm the stomach. Hope to hear something soon. He plans to keep her till the am then I have to bring her home or transfer to regular vet. Thank god for Mom. (and pet insurance)
Vivian misses her like I do, hope to have her home soon. :(
5th October 2009, 02:11 AM
I do hope Chelsea is feeling better soon.
5th October 2009, 02:22 AM
Fingers crossed she is better soon.
5th October 2009, 04:00 AM
I hope she recovers quickly and is home soon.
5th October 2009, 04:03 AM
Hope everything is okay Suzanne. Just went through this with Jake a few months back and never did get a reason why. Hoping everything turns out okay.
5th October 2009, 11:36 AM
Hope Chelsea is feeling better soon :flwr:
5th October 2009, 11:43 AM
Hoping for a quick recovery for Chelsea and that she will be back home with you soon.
5th October 2009, 02:13 PM
Hope she is feeling better soon. Keep us informed xx
5th October 2009, 06:16 PM
Hope Chelsea is OK. There seems to be a lot of poorly Cavaliers lately.
5th October 2009, 08:56 PM
Hoping all is ok; post when you get a chance to update us.
5th October 2009, 10:08 PM
Adding another get well soon for Chelsea! Hope that whatever is bothering her is resolved as soon as possible!!
6th October 2009, 12:38 AM
Get well soon Chelsea :xfngr::hug:
6th October 2009, 06:06 PM
My Charlie was doing the same thing last Friday night. We went to the ER also. The gave him fluids and anti nausea meds, and put him on a special diet. It has taken til now for him to start forming poops, and stop vomiting. I think his was ear plugs eaten! Hopefully he is clear now, he sure acts better, is starting to eat again.
6th October 2009, 06:13 PM
Poor Chelsea and what a worry for you, hope she will be ok.
7th October 2009, 02:55 AM
Thanks for all the good thoughts. Brought her home yesterday morning. My Mom actually picked her up from the vet as I had to go to work, then stayed the day with her. No more vomiting from the time I brought her in, the vet took x-rays, felt there was low probability of obstruction, but showed lots of poop. So my girl got meds for vomiting, tummy, and an enema.:eek: One big poop and started refeeding. So far no poops,but also no vomiting.
Have a question, the first vomit included some plant material, I know I have one plant in the back that can be toxic, but I know she has not gotten into it. I checked a list on the aspca site and a couple of plants on their list I have not seen as toxic. Has anyone know figs, gardenia,or gerenium (sp) to be toxic?
Anyway, she seems normal in attitude and activity, starving active, but no poop yet. The vet seemed to think today or tomorrow (its comming). Thanks agin for all the kind thoughts and messages.
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