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Blood in poop

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Given the severity of the symptoms you've described, it's crucial to seek veterinary care as soon as possible. A veterinarian can perform a thorough examination, which may include blood tests, fecal examination, imaging like X-rays or ultrasound, and possibly endoscopy to determine the cause of the symptoms and provide appropriate treatment.

Remember, while supportive care at home is beneficial, it is not a substitute for professional veterinary treatment, especially when blood in the stool and frequent vomiting are involved. These symptoms can indicate serious conditions that require prompt medical attention.