Re: Pergolide veil, not eating


Oh, dear. This is one of those puzzling ones, in the sense that she does need the increase of pergolide, as not only the bloodwork but the decrease in urination since the dose was increased has shown. Add to that the worst time of year re seasonal rise. On the other hand, she does need to eat.

Check her temperature, just in case there is something else going on. If that is okay, then decrease dose by 0,25 mg and see if that helps. Also, if she seems hungry but won't eat, she may have something going on inside her mouth: ulcers, a wound, a sore tooth, etc etc.  It would be worth a vet/dentist check.

Jaini Clougher (BSc,BVSc)

Merlin (over the bridge) ,Maggie,Gypsy, Ranger

BC 09
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