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My pup of 3 months old is having hard time breathing due to yellowish nasal discharge blocking her nose. What do i do?

His vaccination was given yesterday in the evening. At night, he only had little food which is very unusual. In the morning, he was very lethargic and continually pawed his eyes which were red and inflamed. After examining him, vet told that he had high fever of 104. He was given paracetamol(half tablet) in the morning and half in the evening. Then i gave him periclox(amphicillin and cloxacillin). He refuses to have any food and we fed him milk by force. Due to yellowish nasal discharge, he is having real problem to breathe.


Asked by Member 1152541 on Jan 29th 2013 in Other Health & Wellness
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Guest

You need to contact your veterinarian again immediately. It may be that he had something already and the vaccine made it worse OR he could be having a reaction to the vaccine. Most vets will not vaccinate a sick puppy, so you might also want to check with another vet.
Either way, he needs to see a vet again.


Member 641257 answered on 1/29/13. Helpful? Yes/Helpful: No 0 Report this answer


Tiara

I agree, get this dog back to the vet.


Tiara answered on 1/31/13. Helpful? Yes/Helpful: No 0 Report this answer