Pug Vomiting, Whining and Rolling on the floor
I have a 6 month old Pug and I am really worried for him. He puked six to seven times in a span of 15 minutes and was constantly licking his nose and rolling on the ground or in his bed. He has never done that before. His neck keeps tensing up and relaxing and he starts to whine.
I am really worried because I found one of the Cockleburrs (little prickly things that get stuck to clothes) on his bed and it looks like it was partially eaten. I also pulled out a kibble from his mouth and it had little prickles attached to it.
I tried my best to comfort him and calm him down, now he is resting and occasionally whines when he's in pain. His breathing also sounds very strange now that he is at rest, not his typical pug breathing.
I gave him water and he puked it out as well.
I tried calling financial assistance to help me out so that I could take him to the vet but they were unable to do so, then I tried calling my vet but he is not willing to give me a lower price.
He is completely vaccinated and eats very holistic food (no corn, wheat, soy or grain), but I cannot afford a Vet because we just do not have any money left.
Please let me know if there is any way home remedy I can do to help him get better...should I feed him today because I read on another website that I should wait 6-8 and feed boiled chicken and rice for the first few days after such a traumatic experience.
Any advice will be greatly appreciated.
- Thank you so much for reading.
I'm so sorry because I know you're worried about your pup, but he absolutely needs to see a veterinarian as there's no way that I can tell what's wrong with him and therefore nothing I can advise you to do. It sounds as though he's definitely in pain and not feeling well so he needs professional help.
Perhaps if you call your local Humane Society they will be able to help you find a low-cost veterinary practice that could help you. Or maybe you can borrow some money from a relative to help you pay for his treatment? You may also want to try calling all the veterinary offices in your area and explaining the situation and asking for help/advice, hopefully one of them will have the compassion to help.
It breaks my heart to hear stories like this because I know how hard it is when your pet isn't well. I wish I could give you another answer, but there simply isn't one. I hope that you manage to find the help that you need and that your little guy is doing much better soon.
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