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When one thing happens, more seem to follow

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Well today now had thrown up and when i looked at it, it had worms in it. So, to the vet we went and she has round worms, so she is on meds, she got one dose today, and gets another in 2 weeks. So ok, all of the sudden tonight, she started the kind of heaving/cough then gag but nothing comes up when they get kennel cough. So now im like esh, first the worms and now the possability of kennel cough. I know if pretty much comes with the territory or shelter dogs but dang. I am hopeing it was just a one time thing and its not kennel cough. Gonns keep my ears peeled incase it does get worse. Poor girl is probley so sick of the vet, from just being there monday for a spay, today for worm meds. She got all her core shots on the 3rd. Poor girl is gonna end up hating vets if this keeps up which i am praying it doesnt and its just not kennel cough.

i just looked at her nose and it has a bit of a watery discharge.... looks like i may end up calling the vet tomorrow yet again... I know at one time i read let them go in the bathroom when you take a hot shower to breathe in the steam. May do that tomorrow to just kinda hel out just incase. when it rains it sure does pour.
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Wow, vomiting up round worms sounds like a pretty bad infestation. What are you treating her with? Panacur? Something else? Depending on what you're using, you might see some in the stool. Really gross, but normal. I definitely dealt with that (and several other parasites) after adopting from a shelter. Be sure you treat a few times. I keep panacur on hand because it's easy to buy online and it's really effective and easy to use. I'll give it once a year or so, without bothering with a fecal exam. I'd definitely follow up whatever your vet is recommending with some panacur in a month or so.

Don't know much about kennel cough, except that a dog can get over it in about the same amount of time with or without a vet visit. Or so I've heard.

Make sure Snow is getting tons of treats and whatever else she finds rewarding when she goes to the vet. Should stop her from developing bad associations.
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