My dog is vomitting very badly and she has Diarrhea. We have a tree in the backyard and she won't leave from it unless I pick her up and bring her in. Her eyes are really droopy and she barely ever moves. I am so scared and I need answers ASAP. My mom says it might be Parva, but it just can't be. Anyone else have ANY ideas on what it could be!?
Oh my goodness! I wish I had spotted this question hours ago.
If you are still waiting for an answer (let's hope not) -then don't wait any more. No-one here can diagnose your dog. She desperately needs to see a vet. At the very least she wil be seriously dehydrated by now and may need I.V. fluids.
It could be Parvo. Call your vet on the telephone before you go there. Tell them what you suspect, so she will not have to go through the general waiting area (Parvo is highly infectious to other dogs)
I do hope she will be OK.
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