Chicken Bones!

10
Out of 10

My husband found our dog in a pool of urine and diarrhea, followed by vomiting. Surprisingly, x-rays showed chicken bones in his stomach. It turns out, a guest of mine accidentally exposed him to them before I knew what she was feeding her dog (her dog spit it out and it was eaten by my dog). His liver count went up to 379 (3x the normal amount). He has been on antibiotics and probiotics since. I'm happy to say he is doing a lot better now. His liver count went down to 141, he is no longer vomiting and his energy is back. It has been a scary few weeks while we observed him.

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Injury/illness

Gastritis/vomiting

Food poisening
Claim Amount
Over $1000
Breed

Brussels Griffon

Age of Pet
1 - 8

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