Poorly Stout

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Re: Poorly Stout

Post by Glenda » 15 Jan 2014, 00:05

Glad he's home and hope he feels much better quickly!
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Re: Poorly Stout

Post by Helen & Rigby » 16 Jan 2014, 11:00

How's he doing now?
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Re: Poorly Stout

Post by stout » 16 Jan 2014, 17:23

He went back for a check up today. He was brighter yesterday managed a tail wag -I have never been happier to see one :cry: - and had a gentle game of ball (rolling it round the living room). He ate a small amount but was whimpering before he started. We had quite a sleepless night, he was very restlessness and whimpering. I ended up on the living room floor with him for a bit. He kept going out and wandering around the edge of the garden. We eventually (about 4am) gave him antacids and he did settle. He wouldnt eat breakfast this morning. Chris took him to the park for a while to see his friends. The vet gave him a painkiller, and have tested for pancreatitus. He is still not himself and we are knackered
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Re: Poorly Stout

Post by Bid » 16 Jan 2014, 19:44

Poor Stout :( I hope he stops hurting soon - that's no fun not wanting to eat cos it hurts!
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Re: Poorly Stout

Post by Clairejen » 16 Jan 2014, 20:59

Poor little boy, and poor you and Chris. As Bid says, there have been a lot of nasty bugs around, I hope it is nothing more than that and that he is his normal self again soon. It's horrible seeing them poorly.
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Re: Poorly Stout

Post by stout » 16 Jan 2014, 21:27

We are desperately trying to find something he will eat. The vet said anything low fat. I have just managed to hand feed him scrambled egg some biscuits that he wolfed down (sadly the limit for grains has been reached) some dry chicken and chicken liver squares and chicken strips. I think he is really hungry as he is crying and wanting more.
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Re: Poorly Stout

Post by Ianto! » 16 Jan 2014, 21:38

Poor lad, it sounds as if it's really knocked him about... Feel better soon, Stout -
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Re: Poorly Stout

Post by Doodle Dee » 16 Jan 2014, 21:44

oh poor stout
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Re: Poorly Stout

Post by Helen & Rigby » 16 Jan 2014, 21:46

Oh bless him :cry: get well soon x
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Re: Poorly Stout

Post by Bid » 16 Jan 2014, 22:01

Rabbit and goat are both very low fat meats if you can get hold of some - just to make a change for him. Little and often would probably be the way to go as well - keep it gentle on his system.
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Re: Poorly Stout

Post by stout » 16 Jan 2014, 22:36

Thanks bid, I will try to get to the butcher tomorrow! The vet said little and often too. He hss just had a poached (in water) chicken breast
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Re: Poorly Stout

Post by Bid » 16 Jan 2014, 22:55

When Daisy was on a rabbit only diet, I used these people when the butcher couldn't provide any .... http://www.woldsway.co.uk/ (I found them better to ring than order online)
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Re: Poorly Stout

Post by Liz!! » 17 Jan 2014, 13:28

Oh! Stout, wish soothing tummyness was sendable via the internet.

Hope he feels better soon.
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Re: Poorly Stout

Post by Daise1970 » 18 Jan 2014, 16:02

Hello Michelle
Sorry to hear your Stouty Pants is a poorly boy but hopefully will be back to his antics soon xx
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