It's time to take your little dog into the vets. There could many things wrong: Infection Cold Fever Digestive Problems Bowel problems Parasites Of course there are all sorts of diseases, but it probably is just something that antibiotics will resolve. Please don't try home remedies and get your little dog to the vets as soon as possible. THINGS TO TAKE TO THE VET: If you dog has had a bowel movement take a sample of it with a clean popsicle stick or swab of sorts, and insert it into an old pill bottle with the dogs name (your last name) what time the stool sample was taken, the date as well. This will help cut-down on guessing re the vet and can tell a lot by the sample. Be sure to tell the vet the little dog isn't eating, shivering or if the dog is drinking excessive water or not drinking at all. Any information you can give helps and will lower your vet bill costs. Good luck Marcy
My vet said when a dog is shaking he is in pain.
Impossible to know from the details you've provided. The shivering may be the effects of a fever and, if so, it's a high fever. Consider bringing the dog to the Vet ASAP.
If you keep things away from a dog, but keep it in view, it could learn to not try to eat it
No you can not eat dog food because you might get sick
My dog can she's a Jack Russel. Perhaps your dog might eat carrots BUT they might not.
They eat alot of dog treats.
Yes cats can eat dog food if they want to but it is better for them to eat cat food and the might get sick if they eat the dog food.
if your dog eats his/her own hair? answer it might be floting in the air or the dog might be hungry or they might just be bored and have NO toys and nothing to do
They can't and if they do the might die :(
It can. Try making your dog feel more confertable around your new cat and go not keep there food close toeghter because he might get the scent of the cat food and not want to eat it. Also if that doesn't work, keep them away from each other until the dog starts to eat, and once he does then bring the cat out and then let them get use to each other.
DEFINITELY NOT. Well, that would actually depend on the circumstances. A well civilized dog with a nice home and owner, would definitely NOT eat her puppies. But a unhealthy, flea infested, rib showing, starving dog who just had puppies on the street MIGHT, just might, eat her puppies. But most likely the mother would scavenge for other food to keep her AND her pups alive.
I can give a dog a dollar, but he might eat it. ;-) If you mean can you get a dog for a dollar, I don't know.
A large predator might eat a dog. A possible animal that might eat a dog could be a cougar. Cougars feast on medium sized animals, and so do mountain lions and pumas (they are one in the same). Another animal that might eat a dog would be a bobcat. Near swamps, alligators may prey on unwary small dogs.
The plastic and wood that the dog ate has made him sick. Please take this dog to the vet at once. It is not good for a dog to eat plastic and wood. It has got stuck in its digestive tract and could kill this dog.
Sadly to say, most probably. Please take it to the closest veterinarian to give it the greatest chance to live.
a dog might eat their bowel if they want more food
A dog-eat-dog world means that everyone is out for themselves and that you too have got to look out for yourself. It is a kind of society where might is right. It's where the term "cynicism" comes from (the root coming from the same root as "canine" or dog).
Keep the dog out of the house.
Yes, but it probably won't do them much good, because they'll just swallow it and you should keep it in your mouth to get the best benefit. If they get too much, it might not be good for them, especially a smaller dog.
Yes dogs can eat cats and if not eat them hurt them like chewing on them but you can train a dog not to eat cats. I have a shtzu X, and she loves cats, but doesn't know how to play gently with them . I have to keep telling her, it's a baby, be gentle. If your dog doesn't go after cats, just don't let them play unsupervised, and keep petting the kitten and saying " IT's a BABY! , be gentle."
about as often as a puppy. it might eat more if it were the size of a pony.
keep them away from each other
not that i know of ...someone else might
might have worms - take him to the vet