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    Fister dripping blood

    I have searched and read these two threads: http://petoftheday.com/talk/search.php?searchid=174062

    Yesterday, Fister had been in his box to poop and when he came in, he dripped blood - only one time and not much. Then today, the same happened.

    I'm feeding him Royal Canin's Mobility, and a bit of Sensitive as treats. He also gets a half a pouch of Whiskas in gele one or sometimes two times a day, I put some boiled water in and he only licks he water and gele, he doesn't eat the hard bits. Yesterday, I gave a little bit of Ducks liver, and today also.

    During the week, he has been down in the yard three times and been chewing on some plants/grass. He eats, drinks, pees and poops like normal and he doesn't seem to be in any discomfort.

    Oh, about a month ago, he lost a strip of hair on his tail, but that has almost grown back now.

    I wonder if anything is wrong and i would appreciate hearing your opinions. I will also call the vet on monday, of course.

    Will try to post a video of him from a few days ago - in another thread.
    Randi



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    It can be some parasites like giardia or the likes which he can catch outside. I hope it is something that can be treated with antibiotics...

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    Thanks Barbara. Yes, it might be something not too bad. I do hope so.

    Earlier today, while I vaccumed my bedroom, I put the laundry basket on the bed and Fister went right in to investigate - and yes, he did get out of the room when he had a chance.



    Here he is on the bed, also today.

    Randi



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    Oh dear I hope it is something simple and treatable. Poor Fister - it is so not fun to have to go to the vet however, things need to be checked sweetie . It may well be a parasite and there is medication available to help in that situation - good, healing thoughts coming your way dear boy .
    Yours in Whiskers

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    I know you must be so worried Randi! Hopefully it is not something serious. For a while Edwina would leave little blood droplets from her nose. When I was about to take her to the vet she sneezed a blade of grass out her nose.

    So lets hope it is something like that...

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    Hopefully it is nothing serious!
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