I have a 6 year old 10lb dog that got sick last night/early this morning 11/23. She vomited twice and then she seemed fine. She hasn't eaten at all since yesterday 11/22 and I just noticed that she wasn't drinking. She turns her nose up at her water, I tried to give her water out of a cup she still turned up her nose. She drank a little from my hands but not enough to comfort me. She peed once this morning right before she started vomiting and that was it. She poops but no urine. She seems very fatigued as the day progressed and was even panting while in the car at one point (it's very cold here and she's a short haired dog and she hadn't been out playing/running). As of right now she's mostly been resting, which isn't too odd, but she's definitely not herself. I know to wait 48 hours before running to the vet but are there any suggestions on what may be going on or how to get her to drink again?
Last year something similar but far more serious happened to her where she had loose stools and vomit constantly along with a fever. She still drank water consistently and I took her to the vet and she got some antibiotics. This doesn't seem to be the same. No fever, no issues with stool, no vomiting since last night/this morning. I'm at a loss.
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