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majorkkr

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Hello good day .. I am from India and am completely devastated with my seven and a half yrs old male pug died today on 02 July morning at 8.15 am . My pug during it's life stayed healthy, not at all obese and very active and playful till four days before he passed away. It's yearly vaccination schedule has always been up to date. Off late four months back it had a sort of seizure once in a week when it use to just lie aside without any movement and after few seconds use to get up and get fine absolutely. We took her to a vet who suggested medicine and after that it did not had any seizure untill five days before he passed away he had a similar seizure and I was near him talking to him, after a minute plus he got up and was absolutely fine. Next day we took him to vet and he said nothing to worry. At the time of this particular seizure my son with whom he is attached was present who has come on a two months vacation from his college and left for his hostel next day. And that day (fifth day ) my pug started showing weakness symptoms like ate little food and the next day stopped taking any food but was drinking water as and when he felt so but urination also reduced . We rushed to vet doc again and he said it's because of gastro problem so he gave injection shots of gentamicin 1 ml + onderstrone 0.5 ml + ranitidine 0.5 ml for next two days ...my pug was somewhat ok after that but again stopped food intake and little water intake only and urine once a day during these two days. Third day when it stopped urinating also I rushed to vet doc and he administered saline 30 ml + pantroprazole inj and ranitidine injection after which my pug vomited and passed stool at his clinic itself . Then we got him home and evening it started showing laborious breathing,then we rushed to another vet doc and showed him and also told him about the medication given ...he said medication given was ok and checked for any symptoms and said heart and pulse rate is normal and a little 102 temp is there because if saline infusion. We bought the pug back to home that evening with a schedule to take him to a vet hospital next day for complete checkup which is located at a distance of one hour and since it opens in morning. This particular fourth night/early morning at 1 am I checked my pug to check if he is ok and noticed that he urinated (wetted himself) and was almost labouring for breathing. Till morning we were next to him feeding him little drops of glucose with syringe which he was not interested to take inside .. Morning at 7.30 am it started gasping for air and I rushed to get myself ready for taking him to that vet hospital and around 8.15 it took its last breathe with urination and little stool passed with tongue jutting out half with clenched teeth and it left us forever. Not able to understand what went wrong. Why the vets failed to diagnose exact problem..why in a span of six days from the state of absolutely being healthy it deteriorate drastically and finally on sixth day it passed away . Please also note that during these last five days there was a peculiar foul sort of smell on my pug for which that vet doc said is gastro smell . This gastro problem occured last month also but it became ok with sucrasuphate syrup within two days of administration. That time also similar foul smell was there .

I know I cannot get my pug back and am crying since he left today and so is my family but nothing can be done now except to ask experts what went wrong .

Please solace me and my family.

The image attached is his just 10 minutes before he passed away .


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Raj I am soo very sorry for the loss of your beloved dog I know you’re left broken wondering how and why this could happen. You took wonderful care of him and did all the right things. You were with him to the and he knew how much he was loved. India is a vey spiritual country. You know we all have a soul which is who we are, not our physical bodies. Always feel him close to you, with you and your family. You are his and he is yours, forever. Many hugs,,,,,
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many thanks dear Tankie..for the support it helped me a lot emotionally ... I am blaming myself for not being able to save him ... Had these local vets even given slightest hint he could have been saved at a bigger hospital... Am crying since yesterday ... Couldn't bear the shock ... He used to come to my bed and with his paws used to tap me multiple times to give him something to eat .... Used to play with me with his chew bone asking me to snatch it playfully and getting angry with me doing so wagging his tail ... During dinner and lunch time he used to take his food in his paws and used to tease me to come to him and snatch that food so that he can show his hunting skills and many more such incidents making me literally cry ...
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Our dear furry babes are such a ig part of our lives. So entwined in all we do, the loss is epic, shockingly surreal. It’s soo very painful and I’m soo sorry you’re going through this. Please write as much as you like, being with others who’ve gone through it is so important,,,,,
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And when my younger son who is now 14 yrs old ... My baby pug who is no more(am crying now writing this )... used to always treat him as his younger brother .... When my son use to take him for walk .. my baby pug used to take control of the leash in his mouth and take my son instead for the walk as if saying friend you my younger bro .. I need to protect you ... So let me control leash .... OMG it's painful really recalling everything ...

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