Misty has the flu in Wisconsin, watch for these 7 symptoms in your dogs

Misty has the flu in southern Wisconsin Photo: Penny Pucher


Penny Pucher 11-21-19: Can you add Misty on the prayer list pls? She is under the weather with vomiting and diarrhea. We are at the vet. She has the doggie flu. (Cont. below)

PRAY FOR: Misty, 5 yo. Flu. Lord Jesus we ask that You would help Misty to feel better. Please keep her symptoms contained to their household. Bring her vomiting and diarrhea under control and help mom Penny to keep her hydrated. We ask that You would completely heal Misty and that there would be no further disease as a result of this infection. In the Name of Adonai Rapha. God our Healer. Amen. <3 Caren


Prayers for Pets
I’m sorry sweetie. Send me a new picture. I can post her in the morning.

Jeremiah 17:14 ESV Heal me, O Lord, and I shall be healed; save me, and I shall be saved, for you are my praise.

Penny Pucher
Ok. Let me snap a pic. She sees to be feeling some what ok. Was hungry and is walking around with a toy in her mouth.
Vet put her on anti nausea meds and a med for diarrhea. I’m only to feed her chicken and rice
I’ll snap a pic after I eaty dinner.
Thank you and hugs to you and V
Prayers for Pets
Poor baby… I’m at dentist, may have an extraction today. If I do I may not get to it very early tomorrow but I’ll always get there eventually. I’m praying for that sweet baby! How old is she now?
Penny Pucher
5 years old.
I feel for you about dental work. I have had 3 crowns and 2 root canals this year
Would this pic work?

Prayers for Pets
Yes that’s good. So adorable. Definitely looks under the weather. I did not have the extraction unfortunately. I have to see yet another dentist this will be the fourth! For the same tooth.
Penny Pucher
Wow. Hope ur tooth issue gets better
Thank u for posting her
Prayers for Pets

Does your dog have flu? Watch for these symptoms:

  • Persistent cough
  • Nasal discharge – not a normal wet nose
  • Fever
  • Eye discharge – mucus-like discharge or a noticeable increase if your dog normally has eye discharge
  • Reduced appetite
  • vomiting
  • diarrhea
  • Reduced activity, lethargy

If your dog has severe diarrhea and/or vomiting* please take them to see your Veterinarian as soon as possible. Hydration is critical; syringe water or administer Sub-Q fluids is your dog becomes severely dehydrated. A pet can die from lack of adequate fluids. Make sure to keep yours well hydrated under all circumstances, but especially when they are sick and not drinking adequate amounts of liquids.

Flavoring your pet’s water with a small amount of Apple Cider vinegar (with the mother), nutritional yeast, or a little meat juice or gravy can make them more likely to drink when they are sick.

See also: Probiotics can cause diarrhea

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