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The reasons a dog won't eat may be due to stress, sickness or blocked intestines. When your Pit Bull isn't eating it is important to find the cause immediately.


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My Pit Bull is badly sick. Se will not eat or drink anything. I have tried everything I can think of, I even tried the vet. Nothing is helping. I do know she ate a bingo dabber, but she was fine the next day after I got her to drink tons of water. Now she went missing over night and is sick again. Any suggestions? Please help, she's like family and she's just a puppy.


May 25, 20150 found this helpful
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Clearly your dog has a huge problem and, if she ate a bingo dauber, is in serious trouble. Please take her to a vet immediately as the bingo dauber may be blocking her stomach, intestines, etc. She needs help that only a vet can provide.

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January 19, 2015

We moved a week ago and my 6 year old pittie has only eaten a couple bites of a cheeseburger since. She won't take treats, human food, or anything. She is still drinking water though. We lived in same house for about 5 years with my boyfriend who had another dog for first 2 years. Then she became the only animal in house.


In our new house we have 2 roommates and an outside dog, a cat, and a small inside dog. She is doing fine with the other animals, but won't eat. I have tried moving her dishes into our room, the shared part of house and everything I can think of. She seems to be sad and now I'm seeing her moving slower. It seems harder for her to get up stairs and in car. I plan on calling vet tomorrow, but just looking for suggestions. Thank you.

By Jewels from Wisconsin Dells, WI


January 19, 20150 found this helpful
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Something is definitely wrong and you are right to take her to your vet immediately. She may have difficulties from moving to a brand new home situation with new animals to deal with but may have another medical problem not related to moving. Her slow movement is unusual.

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