Q. He not eating are drinking and he laid straight on his tummy
Can you help me because he try to get up and he can and he to big for me to pick him up
I don't have money to take him to the vet that what I want no is what to do
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First of all, I’m sorry that I couldn’t answer your question quickly.
Your dog’s not-eating may be illness (enteritis, stomach ulcers, pancreatitis, addiction, etc.), pain, stress, or simple complaints. Also, he may not be able to eat it because him mouth hurts, such as periodontal inflammation and alveolar abscess. Give him delicious snacks. If he doesn’t eat snacks, there is a possibility of illness or disease.
We are preparing to provide emergency financial assistance, but we are unable to do so at this time. Because we understand how difficult it may be to finance pet care expenses at times, we gathered up with a handful of options that might help:
-Nonprofit organizations. Many nonprofits and foundations give emergency aid to pets in critical need. A few examples are Angels for Animals, Pet Fund, Help a Pet, and the Face Foundation. Keep in mind that, although some nonprofits operate on a national level, others are more focused on a local area.
- Low-cost or free clinics. There may be low-cost or free clinics in your local area that do spay/neuter surgery and offer care at a much cheaper cost.
- Crowdfunding. With the rise of social media, numerous pet parents are using sites like Go Fund Me to fundraise veterinary bills, necessary surgeries, and more. There’s even a crowdfunding service called CoFund My Pet that allows you to raise funds that can be only used at vet clinics in the U.S.
- Credit Lines. There are several credit providers that can help you finance pet care expenses. CareCredit and Scatchpay are two of the several.
Please let me know if your pet has any new symptoms or other questions. I apologize once more for the delayed response.