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Gypsy Road limping

Kelly LawKelly Law BuffaloPosts: 10,563Member
edited 16 May, 2014 in Dog Health
Gypsy did throw up once this morning. It was about the size of a hair ball. Since then though, he has been limping. He is eating and I'm letting him use the doggy pads, in the bathroom. He does seem to be favoring the left back leg though. I just got off the phone with his vet and he goes in Monday at 9. He's also very anxious right now because we have had numerous storms lately and he hates though. The vet suggested aspirin for him, if it gets to bad. I wish we could get him in today but my babe's boss is not the nicest person in the world. Any suggestions to help him until Monday? Thanks.


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