dog ate paint off wall! has diarrhea and is pooping blood!!!!!
okayh, i have a 8month boxer, and well, he is the runt of his litter.... eh, well i guess he ate part of the wall and paint.... about 3 days ago... eh, after that he seemed alright, but then the next day he was left home (it was a hot day) and he kinda threw up WHEN we got home... he was alright after that... he seemed to not want to eat his food or drink too much water.... well that was almost 2days ago... and now he is eating his food and drinking his water, but i noticed that when he is pooping his diarrhea, that he is pooping out blood at the very last of his poop! and his diarrhea has been very liquidy and mucusy... like a giant loogie. he has alittle bit of a fever, was worse 2days ago, now his fever is doing better, he dont seem to as warm.. do u think it could be led poising cu this place is kinda old and he ate through all the paint to the wood. any suggestions?
please let me now asap.
ima try and get him in the vet.
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