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Izzy had her 2nd Nobivac jag yesterday and was absolutely fine, not even really sleepy but she's been sick this morning and is still retching now and then although her stomach is empty. I don't think she's eaten anything she shouldn't, and she doesn't have diarrhoea. Should I be worrying, or doing anything?
 

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Oh Ali, how worrying for you. I don't really know the answer but I'm sure I've read elsewhere that pups can be a little sick following their jabs. I'm sure you'll get reassurance from someone soon but if you are really worried then just give your vet a ring. Don't sit and worry hun. Hugs for little Izzy.

Karen xx
 

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We have never had a reaction here - though all our previous were Eurican at 12 weeks old - but if you are at all worried - there would be no harm asking the vet x
Remember - vets are totally used to be called and they do deal with the same questions day on day - so nothing you can ask would not have been heard before - so don't worry about a phone call xxx

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Izzy had her 2nd Nobivac jag yesterday and was absolutely fine, not even really sleepy but she's been sick this morning and is still retching now and then although her stomach is empty. I don't think she's eaten anything she shouldn't, and she doesn't have diarrhoea. Should I be worrying, or doing anything?
Flynn got his jab on Monday 1st. He seemed fine but never had anything to eat all day and only started eating again this morning. So I think we need to expect some kind of reaction.
How long did your vet say before Pup could go out and about?
 
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