What will kill a dog within 24 hours and make them bleed from both ends I think someone poisoned my

Amy Asked: What will kill a dog within 24 hours and make them bleed from both ends I think someone poisoned my

What can kill a dog within 24 hours and make them bleed from throwing up and have bloody diarrhea my dog was fine yesterday and normally sleeps with me he always wants to be close and last night he did not and when I woke up this morning there was spots of blood everywhere and by this after noon he was gone the vet says they think it was a pancreatic disorder but did not do any tests to know for sure.

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Alyssa Answered:
I'm sorry for your loss icon sad What will kill a dog within 24 hours and make them bleed from both ends I think someone poisoned my I'm not sure though.. a lot of things can do that too dogs..



Lakota Answered:
Well keep notes when he bleeds.. Put him in the hospital..



mrspipesmoker Answered:
rat poison



Happy Answered:
aww im so sorry for u icon sad What will kill a dog within 24 hours and make them bleed from both ends I think someone poisoned my maybe chocolate. Its poison to all animals. But sometimes they get lucky and dont get sick, sometimes they may throw up, but sadly ur dog started doing what u said.

~Im so sorry
x0x.



his dream girl Answered:
The same thing happened to my dog in 2010 when I lived in Illinois. I don't know if it was something she ate or if it was a disease or what. We assumed she'd eaten some kind of poisonous plant or ate something in our yard that cut her inside and made her bleed internally. She suffered all day and night and I had no idea how to help her. Saddest days I've ever gone through.
I'm sorry that happened to you. :[



bzzflygirl Answered:
A whole pack of rodent poison. It would prevent the blood from clotting. The sad thing is, it spreads from animal to animal so your dog could have eaten a poisoned rodent.



Bobbie L IS BACK Answered:
The only way to find out the cause of death, is to have a necropsy done.



annie Answered:
so very sorry to hear of this ….

did the vet mention HGE … which stands for Hemorrhagic Gastroenteritis
i have seen dogs with this condition and it comes on many times with no warning at all. The bleeding can come from both ends and can be severe

it is critical for immediate veterinary care

here are a couple of articles on the subject
http://vetmedicine.about.com/cs/dogdisea
http://www.whole-dog-journal.com/issues/

again so very sorry



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