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Wait. I am FLOORED that a vet would see these symptoms and a high temperature and would just send you home with meds and no further testing.

Fecals are cheap and easy. Any dog with persistent diarrhea should have a fecal testing done.

And honestly, with the high temperature, other symptoms, and your puppy's age, this sounds very serious. Like, potential-parvovirus serious. I am not a vet. But if I was a vet I would have tested for parvo first and foremost. Maybe we aren't getting the full story here. But if I were you I would get your dog to a different vet or an emergency clinic ASAP.
 
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