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What might be wrong with a dog with shivers temperature no puking fine bowels who is eating and is lethargic?

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2005-09-27 07:53:39
2005-09-27 07:53:39

Please get your dog into the vets immediately. This is no time for guessing games. There are several reasons for this, and it may be something very easy to clear up, but if you leave it, it will end up in a large vet bill, not to mention the possibility of the cost of your dogs life. Good luck Marcy

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