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Old 02-17-2010, 01:19 PM
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Well, I took Ozzy to get his second vaccination last night (first one with me), poor thing was squealing that loud everyone on reception heard!
He's was very quiet last night & yelped whenever i touched him, even when i was careful not to go near the injection site.

He's the same this morning, just lying in his bed looking sorry for himself, & when i petted him he started yelping, is this normal?

i feel so bad
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hmm ive not had this with any of mine. but Elise iid yelp for her first ever vaccination. mabe Ozzy just feels tender from the vaccination. im sure he will be back to normal very soon x
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my Diefie was just the same with his injections.
i should say Ozzy will feel a lot better by tomorrow but if you need reassurance, call your vet and have a chat about it.
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yeah, i've heard of this happening often with the smaller breeds. It goes away with time but i would keep an eye open for any signs of allergic reactions to the vaccine and keep an eye on his food intake. A high school friend of mine notices that everytime her chi mix gets a shot he doesnt want to eat.
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poor ozzy, milly is the same today
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Daisy did exactly the same with her first 2nd is on monday. Crying at time is coz the vaccination is cold. She was crying in her sleep when i picked her up and everything for 2 days. She also had infection though. Just keep an eye on him x
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milly is the same today
poor milly =(
i hope she gets better soon!

he was crying and howling for ages after the jab, i have never felt so guilty in my life!
i can't wait to get home to him in an hour and make sure he's alright.

should i just leave him to rest just now then til he's over it?
when i pick him up he'll settle in my arms, but then he tries to climb up and sit near my shoulder but yelps because its hurting him. =(
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Poor Ozzy. I would keep walks to a minimum if he goes out to potty. Don't allow playtime if you see he is still in pain ( my dog will play with a broken leg if you dont stop her). If you must handle him make sure you are mindful of his sore spot. If he wants up near your shoulder you can place him there to ease his troubles.

Does it hurt when he walks? I would call the vet if the pain seems to be too much. I'd rather be safe than sorry.
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