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    Exclamation Question....

    My daughter has a small chihuahua and she has been having a problem pooping. Over the last few days she seems to take forever to poop. Our daughter took her to a Vet in Temple and she tried to flush her out twice. It worked some what. But the Vet told her there is a blockage. The way I understand it something is pushing down on the dogs rectum poop track. Sorry my Doctor talk isn't up to par. All I know is this dog needs to be healed.

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    I'm sorry to hear about your daughter's puppy problems. So, what is the question?
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    She can try mixing the food with a tbsp. of mineral oil. It's not harmful and might lubricate.

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    My daughter has a small chihuahua and she has been having a problem pooping. Over the last few days she seems to take forever to poop. Our daughter took her to a Vet in Temple and she tried to flush her out twice. It worked some what. But the Vet told her there is a blockage. The way I understand it something is pushing down on the dogs rectum poop track. Sorry my Doctor talk isn't up to par. All I know is this dog needs to be healed.
    What did the vet suggest doing about the blockage?
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    The vet wants her to take Lita "the dog" to a specialist. Friday morning we are going to my vet on the 121 loop near the expo center. They are the best IMO.

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    or even better, cod liver oil. that'll shake it loose......the pup may have pica and that's a real problem to correct or cure.....mac

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    She can try mixing the food with a tbsp. of mineral oil. It's not harmful and might lubricate.

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    Lita update! Took her the Belton Vet on the 121 this morning. She is just full of poop. IMHO these people are the best. We have a few days of treatment here at home but we are all happy it isn't worse.

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