Duke's Bloody Vomiting and Diarrhea
5 monthes ago - By Dawg Business
Duke is a 7-year-old gentle giant. He loves life and his family. Duke's life was great until one Saturday morning he started vomiting blood.
Duke's mom took him to a vet right away. They ran a blood panel, but everything looked good except for a high red blood cell count.
The most common cause of a temporarily high red blood cell count is dehydration. Since Duke was vomiting, dehydration was a likely explanation.
There are other possible reasons for high red blood cell count, but they didn't fit the picture. And other than vomiting, nothing else seemed wrong with Duke.
They tried to check...
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