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My dog is eating soil. please help?

Hi, I have 2 labs, Duffey: Age:47 Days, Female MAchow: Age 32 Days, Male Duffey is eatng soil while i take to poop and she puked badly twice, and not showing interest on food. i served pedigree weaven, royal canan starter, but no use. can any one kindly suggest.
By Surya · 31 Mar 2010 4:42 pm

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By Dinkar Singh · 31 Mar 2010 5:14 pm
Are the pups with the mother or have you bought them.......
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By Surya · 31 Mar 2010 5:30 pm
i bought them..
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By Dinkar Singh · 31 Mar 2010 5:40 pm
Well I dont know why people do this, but the pups are too young and why two pups together. Anyway. My suggestion would be if possible ask the breeder to keep the pups with the mother a bit longer till atleast 2 months, also ask if he has weaned them. The older one may have been but I dont think the younger one must be completely weaned. At 4 but mostly 6 weeks the pups get their first vacinations so ask the breeder. I dont think he cud have done so. Show your pup to a good vet ASAP and let him take it from there.
You can try Cerelac stage 1 mixed with luke warm water. Make it like puree thin at first and try it. Was she eating before this.
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By Surya · 31 Mar 2010 6:09 pm
yes she used to have cerelac
but in theese days she is more into playing and behind the other dog, less focus on food, but while i take her to poop she will lick soil.
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By Surya · 31 Mar 2010 6:23 pm
yes she used to have cerelac
but in theese days she is more into playing and behind the other dog, less focus on food, but while i take her to poop she will lick soil.
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By Shalin · 31 Mar 2010 8:49 pm
licking soil is quite normal but it should be checked.and as far as diet is concerned keep a check on her health .as long as she is fine no need to worry much but consult a vet.
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