Dear little Teddy got into something that caused her to vomit within 1-2 hours, and then she recovered. This happened several times over a span of several months, and yet after each “event,” she seemed okay a few hours later. I’m now wondering if she ingested something toxic.
I’d also be grateful to know what might cause such a reaction in a Sheltie. Could it be mushrooms? Antifreeze? What would cause such an event?
She’s been to the vet several times since then and is in excellent health now. Any ideas what could make a 45-pound Sheltie so sick so fast?
Her good health is my best Christmas present.
Teddy as a little puppy (early 2009).
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Yesterday was one of the prettiest days we’ve had in a long time, so Teddy and I wandered out to the campus at TCC (Suffolk) and took a nice long walk. Teddy helps me remember that sometimes, you need to stop what you’re doing and just take a long walk, and then sit in the sun for a time.
Teddy enjoys the blustery, beautiful day.
Teddy looks regal.
Teddy is not worried about her hair getting mussed.
Teddy asks if we're done with the pictures yet.
No one can bask in the sun like Teddy the Dog.
"I've really grown weary of this sit-stay business. Time to Go!"
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