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mylhasa apso is 19mths old ,she just went thru a heat cycle and now she doesn't want to play anymor

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  • Cindi LeonardCindi Leonard Plantation, Fla.Posts: 1,670Member
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    Heat is exhausting... give her a rest. She should come around. If you notice a general lethargy that lasts for a month and a half or more, it is time to make a vet appointment. Is there any chance that she is PREGNANT?? ^_^ :))


  • natnatroswell22natnatroswell22 Posts: 41Member
    I have a dog too, one of the most common reasons why dogs are weak is maybe they are pregnant or tired of playing the other day. Just give her time like what I've did. Give her some milk and comfort her and after that if you feel that she is improving, then you can play again. Try to bring her in places like she can walk and play coz it is possible also that she got bored in the place where you always put her. Just put leash on her to make sure she won't be lost.
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