Hi, Yes there is food returned on each attempt to eat and has been slight blood spots on two occasions.
The symptoms came on shortly after I had given her miniature dumbbell shaped chews, hard and chewable, but not made of hyde.
No blood tests has been taken by the vet.
No, she is at home this evening. She has been given a second injection of antibiotic to last 48 hrs and I was advised by vet not to try feed her until tomorrow to allow medication to take effect. Vet says she is a little over weight to help sustain her. Weight on Tuesday last was 3.875,On Wednesday 3.4 something and had reduced further again today, but not sure what the reading was.
She becomes distressed shortly after any attempt of food intake before vomiting, but has managed to retain a few crumb size particles of chicken this evening without vomiting.
Thank you for responding and replying with your expert advice.
I would like to ask you one more question. I was encouraged this evening by her having managed to retain the crumb size wet chicken without vomiting although her breathing is a little fast. What is your professional opinion for her digestive system recovering and resolving itself without further investigation as she appears much brighter this evening?.
May I ask what is average vetenary cost of surgery to remove an object in uk?.
Ok Thank you, A final question I would like to ask of you. If she were to pass stools, could I assume all would be ok?
Ok thank-you, I shall follow your advise to observe her for now