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    How long you should wait to make a vet appointment?

    Hi,
    My 5 year old bulldog Jax didn't eat this morning. For everyone reading this... Bulldogs never skip breakfast, lunch, or dinner! He left the bowl of food untouched all day. When we arrived home late after noon he still looked a little more tired then normal. Went outside to pee but we weren't sure if he had any bowl movements while he was out there. When it was time to eat dinner, he didn't care to eat again. He did drink water through out the day. We did take his temp and that is normal. Should a person wait another day to see if he just has a bug or should I call when the vet opens right away and get him in?

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    Tough call. What did you end up doing?

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    Well he ate breakfast this morning and was more alert then yesterday. We didn't bring him into the vet yet. He hasn't had any sort of bowl movements which we are waiting for. We assume he ate some grass/leaves or something outside that needs to pass. He hung out at the office this morning and now is back home being his normal self. We will keep an eye on him until he goes. We did call the vet and he did say that once he goes we will need to see if anything came out that he might have chewed on or ate that caused him to not eat.

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    Sounds like a plan. As long as he's behaving normally otherwise, hopefully it resolves itself.


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