My Dog Is Not Eating Anything?

I got a 4 month old Japanese Spitz. After 2 days we took her to get a bath. Then after I got home from work she started not eating. Does noise affect their eating? I don't know what to do? Help?


By dion

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December 28, 20140 found this helpful
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The first thing you should do when you get a pet is take it to the vet for a check-up. The vet can tell you about any underlying health problems that the previous owner didn't notice or just didn't want to tell you.

Another good reason to do this is that your dog needs a vet to go to in case there's an emergency. Imagine you're a vet with several emergency patients on a weekend. All the animals are patients you've seen before and have files on except one. Which one will be the last one you see? Your dog needs a "regular" vet just like you need a family doctor.

You do NOT want to just show up at a new vet's office in an emergency and just hope they have time to see your dog. So choose a vet and make an appointment as soon as possible.


Whether you adopted or bought the dog, you need to find out if it has had any shots. Your dog MUST get parvo and distemper vaccinations before you take it anywhere, including the groomers. Make sure your dog has had all its shots.

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December 26, 20140 found this helpful

You dog needs nourishment to live and, if she is suddenly not eating, may have a serious medical problem. As she is only four months old and it appears you have only had her for a short time, you probably have very little information about her medical history. Please take her to your vet immediatiately! If possible, contact the previous owner or facility to obtain any prior medical and behavior history as you can for the vet's examination. Waiting to see if she improves may only worsen her problem.

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