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Newly resuced Chi won't eat anymore.

John BrameJohn Brame Posts: 1Member
edited 14 April, 2014 in Chihuahua
I just adopted a chihuahua on the 20th and he was adjusting fine, eating what i gave him and drinking his water. i took him to the vet, doc said he had kennel cough, so i've been giving him his meds (dog meds, not people meds) and yesterday he stopped eating and drinking. i'm thinking he may be just reacting to the meds, but now he's VERY listless. Could it be the meds? there's a horrible blizzard coming today and his vet is more than 30 min away, i'd like to know what you guys have experienced with this type of thing before the weather gets too bad out there. thank you so much!


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