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Normal Blood Tests, but my pet is still sick…

By Dr. Andrew Jones

From: Dr Andrew Jones
Author: Veterinary Secrets Revealed
Website: http://www.veterinarysecretsrevealed.com

Re: Normal Blood Tests, but my pet is still sick – HELP


I had a recent email request for help from a friend – his name is Ray.

His Pug, called Pugsly, has been Sick.

NOT eating.

Intermittent VOMITING.

SO… he went to the Vet.


Blood Work.



My friend was told, “Your dog is fine, and their in NOTHING that we can do.”


He still WON’T eat.

Doesn’t sound so fine to me.

BUT there are things that YOU can do

I have a detailed section on vomiting, and stomach upset in Veterinary Secrets Revealed.

There are MANY alternatives… and if your pet is NOT eating, there is CLEARLY something WRONG.

You see Ray KNOWS his dog.

YOU know if something is WRONG with your pet.

TRUST your instincts.

THEN follow the simple steps in my book and course.


SO here is the EXACT email I sent to Ray…


Hello Ray –

Sorry to hear of little Pugsly’s illness. Here are my thoughts:

Likely a food reaction – and perhaps some gastric reflux, ie Heartburn..

Another possibility is a chronic, yet difficult to diagnose pancreatitis.

SO what can you do???

1. An easy to digest lower fat food… you can make your own with cooked chicken, plus plain old white rice for the next 7 days..

2. Get him on a few things to calm an upset belly – I like peppermint tea – you can just use this instead of water.

3. An Over The Counter Antacid… there is one called Pepcid which is very safe and works well (the actual drug name is famotidine). The dose is 5mg twice daily for a 20lb dog, such as Pugsly. You can use this for the next 3 days.

4. If this works, then you need to look at a commercial lower fat, easy to digest diet…

Happy Pug Healing 🙂



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Best Wishes,

Dr Andrew Jones, DVM



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