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Me and my husband just bought a 6 month old Jack russel terrier he is a wired haired, an he is haven some issues.He wont hardly eat or drink an in his poop is blood.I have wormed him!aAnd I dont no what else to do.

We can not afford to take him to the vet due to we just got married.But I think he has had a ruff life cause he lived in a house with 8 poeple in a tiny home an i think they were very mean to him because if u scare him or ask him to move he will pee on the floor.do u no how i could fix this maybe?

If u have any ideas or info.we would like to hear from u!

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There are many very serious things blood in the stool could be, and none of which can be solved based on descriptions over the internet. you need to find the money to take this dog to the vet or take him and surrender him to a rescue that can properly care for him.
if you cannot afford $100 at the vets right now, you really can't afford to have him.
 

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Hi,

Me and my husband just bought a 6 month old Jack russel terrier he is a wired haired, an he is haven some issues.He wont hardly eat or drink an in his poop is blood.I have wormed him!aAnd I dont no what else to do.

We can not afford to take him to the vet due to we just got married.But I think he has had a ruff life cause he lived in a house with 8 poeple in a tiny home an i think they were very mean to him because if u scare him or ask him to move he will pee on the floor.do u no how i could fix this maybe?

If u have any ideas or info.we would like to hear from u!

Thank You!
No offense but you shouldn't have taken in this dog. Dogs are living, breathing beings that deserve a quality food, toys, dog bed and veterinary care. The very first thing you should have done when you got this dog was schedule a vet visit; since you can't afford it, please take this dog to the nearest shelter that has room. He's young, he'll find a home with people who can properly care for him.
 

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How did you worm him without taking him to a vet?
 

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