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Old 12-03-2012, 06:14 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Growing pains maybe?
Maybe....I don't know. Would she still have growing pains at her age (1 year and close to 9 months)?
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I hope she is back to her old self soon... I know it can be frustrating when you can't seem to get an answer. I would just keep an eye on her. Could she be alergic to eggs?
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Glad everything checked out okay
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You can always take the dogs temperature and see if its above 101. Our girl had the quivering (a gentle quiver) and panting right before she collapsed due to heart issues...(long story I wrote it in intro). Honestly it could be many things...next time it happens just make a vet appointment to be sure! Hope it won't happen again though!!!
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Lexi and Jasper say "thank you!"
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You can always take the dogs temperature and see if its above 101. Our girl had the quivering (a gentle quiver) and panting right before she collapsed due to heart issues...(long story I wrote it in intro). Honestly it could be many things...next time it happens just make a vet appointment to be sure! Hope it won't happen again though!!!
I hope it doesn't happen again either! Before we fell asleep I touched her ears and belly and while she felt warm, she didn't feel extremely hot so I figured she wasn't overheated or running a fever. Temperature at the vet's the next morning was normal.
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Old 12-19-2012, 11:46 PM   #17 (permalink)
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You ever figure out what was wrong?


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Old 12-22-2012, 02:37 PM   #18 (permalink)
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After the vet visit, Lexi was back to her normal self and (knock on wood) the issue hasn't recurred. Maybe as the vet said, just a soft tissue thing and maybe it was a bit painful for her that night? Hopefully it was a one-off!
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