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papade Level 44
Answered 9 months ago
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well. that sounds like the past tense. you say she vomited and pooped blood for 4 days. is it gone now or is this still occurring?
most likely she ate something bad.
if she is around other dogs she might got a hold of a bone. puppies should not have bones. it can actually puncture the digestive system.
at this point i am supposed to recommend the vet.

so has it stopped? is there any signs of any trauma? did you check her stomach for inflammation and tenderness. turn the dog over and press on the stomach area. if there is tenderness she will let you know.

put her on a soft diet. boiled chicken and rice is good in these circumstances.
try laying off the dry food for a while.

i know some people have a hard time with money, but a pet owner has to take into consideration that they will be paying money for vet bills. if you can't afford vet bills than you shouldn't have a pet.
good luck with your pet.
Additional Details added 9 months ago
sometimes if dogs eat bones pieces of the bone can come out and actually cut the butt hole. uh sphincter?
yeah.. well check the butt to see if it is lacerated. the blood could be coming from a spot around the anus and not the intestinal track.
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morrie Level 48
Answered 9 months ago
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You let it go 4 days without going to the vet? Any time something abnormal happens, you need to take your pet to the vet. It can mean the difference between a safe recovery or the possible death of your pet. If you are concerned enough to ask strangers on the internet, perhaps you should take your dog to the vet as soon as possible. It's possible that the worst has passed, but there's no way to know for sure. Please don't trust your pet's health and life to well meaning strangers on the internet. Don't just wait to see if your dog gets better. Blood is ALWAYS bad.

I know that vet care isn't cheap, but most will work with you on a payment plan. Only a vet can know what has happened to your dog and how to help.
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Sparky5458 Level 63 / Retired
Answered 9 months ago
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Have you ever heard if a vet?
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