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George is liking the NI, he has also had his jab today and has been a bit sick. Could it be the car journey (was about half hour round trip) he seems bright in himself, or could the jab be making him feel sick:(
 

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The jab can make puppies a bit sicky along with the car journey.. I recall one of mine (shall we say) being sick on the way home from her jab.. ahh she was sick all in my car, and I just hugged her for it :)
 

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probably the jab, if it was the car it would have happened in the car, but its more likely to be the jab i think Inca was sick after hers, Delta just got very shivery and cried, but he will be fine give his neck a wee massage and just let him sleep if he wants.
 

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try to stop worrying Jayne xxx you are too much like me, it will only make us grey!!!

It will be most probably be a reaction to the injection or the journey home ... I thought it was just my terrible driving made my puppy sick ...

Keep an eye on GG but I am sure he will be fine xx
 

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probably the jab, if it was the car it would have happened in the car, but its more likely to be the jab i think Inca was sick after hers, Delta just got very shivery and cried, but he will be fine give his neck a wee massage and just let him sleep if he wants.
thanks Kendal, you know how I worry, was thinking 'oh no he can't tolerate the NI'
 

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lol no you dont car sickness take longer to get them out of, if its just the jab he will be right as rain later today and weill be normal tomorrow
lol yeah i know car sickness not good, was hoping it's not the Ni was what I think I meant
 

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Hi Jayne

Biscuit was fine on the 2 hour car journey home but we took her to Pets at Home the next day which is a 5 minute drive away. She hates being carried so was stressed not being allowed down in the shop and then sick in the car.

After her vaccine she did have diarreah (sorry can't spell that word!) for two days afterwards and was not herself - unsettled and bitey. By the weekend she was back to normal, so it may be the vaccine causing the sickness. Best wishes, Karen x
 

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Hi Jayne

Biscuit was fine on the 2 hour car journey home but we took her to Pets at Home the next day which is a 5 minute drive away. She hates being carried so was stressed not being allowed down in the shop and then sick in the car.

After her vaccine she did have diarreah (sorry can't spell that word!) for two days afterwards and was not herself - unsettled and bitey. By the weekend she was back to normal, so it may be the vaccine causing the sickness. Best wishes, Karen x
thanks Karen, that's reassuring, and yes you're right everyone I am a worrier lol. He has polished of the rest of his dinnertime NI, got a waggy tail, yelped when my sister touched him on the back where he had his injection , so I think it must just be that:)
 

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What a day .. I think Honey is trying to get in on GG's sickness, she has just been sick and now needs mummy love :( girls hey ...

she has been eating bits of the vet bed.. naughty girl .. no wonder she is not feeling good... Some JoJo baking is needed to cheer up my girly ...
 

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George will be fine. :D

Millie was out of sorts and sick when she had injection and worming pill. Didn't stop her wanting her food !
 

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Lady did have an upset stomach for one of her jabs....was good for the rest tho
 
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