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    Default My Fletcher is not feeling too well I think.

    He didn't eat his dinner which is VERY unlike him. Also he didn't do the run around the house thing with Mr. Monster this evening. We walked and he was normal and he's drinking and had his after walk treat a baby carrot but no dinner.........I offered twice too. As you may or may not know Fletcher does have a small habit of chewing on fabric (I am OCD about keeping things away from him) but you never know.....

    As for this evening I'm going to keep an extra close eye on him. He has no vomited and had a normal poop the evening too. Let's see, I hope I'm worried about NOTHING and he eats breakfast and it my run around crazy pup tomorrow morning when we are trying to get everyone off to school and work= crazy hour!!!
    Melissa
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    How's Fletcher today? Hope he's feeling better.
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    I hope he is better today. He might not be sick .. Lucky went through a similar period where he lost interest in food, but he got over it.

    Hope it turns out to be just a finicky eater
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    I hope he's feeling better this morning. Rose gets that every once in a while, but as long as she will eat something, it usually will "prime the pump" and get her eating. If you're concerned still because of his fabric nomming habit, call the vet and let them know what's up.

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    I guessed from reading your description of Fletcher that he must be a puppy and saw when I checked on your profile page that I was right and he is about 9 months old.

    Melissa, sweet lady, this is quite normal behaviour for a puppy of his age and nothing at all to worry about. They have fads and fancies just as children do and change from day to day, it's just part of growing up and is usually nothing to worry about. He could be growing out of Mr Monster too I promise you it does happen.

    If you really think he may have eaten something that may be causing trouble, then of course see your vet. Otherwise enjoy your lovely pup and please try your best to stop worrying.
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    How is Fletcher ?
    Sabby
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