My 3 month old pug woke up this morning not eating and stomach making nosies
My 3 and half month old pug is usually very hyper and eats everything we give him so far. We only had him for a month now.
He wakes up this morning and goes to the bathroom (number 1) and gave him a treat and he didn't eat that. I then take him to the kitchen to eat something and he just smelled it and walked away. He usually eats it in seconds. He didn't even want to drink either. I gave him a chicken treat and he ate some of it not all. He is playing like he normally does but not eating or drinking. I also hear nosies coming from his stomach which i never heard before.
I'm not sure if he is passing gas or if he is hungry or something else is going on in there. We just took him to the vet a few days ago and he got his rabies shot and the deworming. Does anyone know if this is normal or if this is something serious. I am a first time dog owner and I am very concerned. I will be watching him all day to see if his behavior changes. I did read that somethings dogs don't eat for a day or two but I am not sure in this case.
It's impossible to say for sure what's going on with your pup, but it could be that he's eaten something he shouldn't or has a simply tummy upset. It happens from time to time. Not eating won't hurt him for 24 hours, but if he won't drink at all, then he is at risk of getting dehydrated, so keep an eye on that.
As his tummy is making noises it sounds as though his digestive system is upset for some reason, and it could also be due to the deworming medication, or the vaccination... it's difficult to say. Puppies do go through phases and stages when it comes to appetite, but it sounds to me more as though your pup has an upset tummy, than the normal up and downs of puppy appetite.
In this sort of situation puppy diarrhea or loose stools may also occur, but shouldn't last for more than a day, or be severe/watery.
If he will drink water (and can keep it down), then I would give him 24 hours to see if he gets over this by himself. However, if he gets worse, develops repeated diarrhea and/or vomiting, becomes lethargic or seems generally to be feeling unwell, then I'd recommend getting him examined by a veterinarian right away.
Although he's had his puppy shots he could still have caught some sort of infection or have ingested something that's really upset him. It's always better to be safe than sorry.
Hope this helps some. I wish you the best of luck and hope this little guy is doing much better soon.