The Complete Pembroke Welsh Corgi (1983, by Mary G Sargent, Deborah S Harper)
The New Complete Pembroke Welsh Corgi (1994, by Deborah S Harper)
Dog Eat Dog: A Very Human Book about Dogs and Dog Shows (1998, by Jane & Michael Stern)
Show Me!: A Dog-Showing Primer (2008, by D Caroline Coile, Ph.D.)
The New Illustrated Study of the Pembroke Welsh Corgi Standard (2000, The Pembroke Welsh Corgi Club of America)
JP is ok! It’s day two of his special vet food (it helps sooth his tummy) and no vomiting. The next step is to slowly reintroduce his regular food. The offending treats that started all this nonsense have been disposed of via trashcan. JP himself is happy and active like nothing was ever wrong to begin with.
It’s been a bad morning for us so far. We woke up to find that JP had thrown up in his crate last night. After feeding him breakfast, he threw up again. We tried giving him some different dog food to see if he could keep that down. Nope.
So we rushed him to the vet for an emergency visit. They ran a bunch of tests. He was negative for parvo and his blood work was fine, and he didn’t have any blockages in his digestive tract. He was a little dehydrated because he had been throwing up so much.
In the end, the vet thinks he is probably just sensitive to diet change.
So I’m pretty much at fault because I bought him a different kind a training treat last weekend. I feel awful that I probably made my puppy sick.
They gave JP a giant camel hump of fluids (he can’t throw up if he’s absorbing the nutrients directly). It’s actually really funny looking. I’m just glad that his tummy will get the day off and be able to rest after all that vomiting. Tomorrow he will get to drink water and eat some of the special vet canned food. He won’t get to eat much, until we’re sure he can keep it down. I’m really hoping that this is the end of this.
Please keep Jens Peter in your thoughts.
Thanks! Good luck with graduation!!