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Is it problematic if puppy's urine is reddish and not eating much?

We adopted an Indian non-pedigree 8 week puppy, exactly one week back from BlueCross Hyderabad, the last Saturday. When I asked for advise to recommend a puppy of the available ones, despite indicating my non-interest in foreign brands, he discouraged me heavily into adopting a non-pedigree puppy and did not allow me to adopt one from them. He said he will communicate to me a Labrador or such breed home-grown puppies later. I called later the office and complained, and on advise of administrator I did pick up one from the shelter. It is a street puppy. The doctor was mad at him, and abused me very heavily when I returned and cursed that I will get a bad dog!! Concerned a week later, that the puppy did not eat for one day, I took to Blue Cross again. The doctor gave the puppy 25 ml of saline, and three shots (not vaccination). He wouldn't tell us what the diagnosis was and what injections were administered. This was on Saturday morning. I am worried if he did anything as a revenge. The puppy, today third day completed, and still not eating anything significant. We are offering Pedigree food (the same puppy food provided at Blue Cross and last one week). Since the three shots, the puppy's urine is very reddish. Poop was green. The puppy is very inactive, and we are very concerned. Any guesses, what could have gone wrong, and if I should be worried, what I should do? Tonight we offered milk and it drank. Any advise is very welcome. I have no experience with dogs, worth mention.
By Mallik Kovuri · 12 Jun 2011 9:40 pm


By Anil @ DoggiesDude · 13 Jun 2011 12:12 pm
take the pup to a professional Vet ASAP as green stool means infection in stomach.
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By Mallik Kovuri · 13 Jun 2011 12:46 pm
thanks for advise, appreciate it.

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By pennypup · 18 Jun 2011 11:52 pm
Your puppy is very sick. Take it to a vet as soon as possible. It could have Parvo and the only way to keep the pup alive is to give fluids through and IV.
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By Mallik Kovuri · 19 Jun 2011 4:22 pm
Thanks for the suggestions. Scared of doctors. We didn't take it further anywhere. The pup is doing very well now. After three days it ate well and is quite active now.

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