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Our own administrator's (glock26USMC) police dog "Tyson" has fallen ill, and is now at the veterinarian hospital in critical condition. Please say a prayer for one of our own 4 legged heroes!
 

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Tyson did okay through the night, however he is still constantly vomiting. He is going to have a ultrasound, and hopefully that will shed some light as to what is going on.

I'm heading there in a few to visit him, hopefully I know more when I'm there
 

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Doctor just called, ultrasound shows a lot of fluid, and looks like his intestines are inflamed, which makes them think there is a obstruction, surgery is needed to see, due to all the fluid, if there isn't an obstruction then they would have to investigate to see if something is wrong with his intestines.



I have a feeling, his duty days are over
 

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they operated last night.... surgery went well..... i will get an update when i call this morning at 0900
Glock, did he have a "twisted gut" or an actual obstruction? I saw this a few times when I worked for animal control. I always wondered what causes a twisted gut. An obstruction is from something he ate or a tumor. (that's what I have been told) Any idea what caused the problem?
 

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Big ol doggie hairball. Must have been hanging around them cats too much. Did the vet say it was ok to use hairball medicine as a preventative? Is that stuff available for dogs? Glad your buddy is better.
 
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