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Saturday, July 14, 2007

Nuts, hysterical, pee-in-your-pants funny.

I had tears streaming down my face watching this.


Anonymous said...

too funny...where do I send my laundry bills to?...

Anonymous said...

i have a 2 1/2 yr old pug and i dont know what to do because i think he's dying from hunger, he cant close his tongue and and cant eat and drink and he seems dizzy help me pls....

sorry about my english....

TorontoVet said...

Dear Anon,

I'm sorry your pug is not doing well.
If these symptoms have developed relatively quickly (over days or weeks), it's possible that the dog is showing symptoms of a serious brain disorder called pug dog encephalitis (or granulomatous encephalitis).
You can read more about it here:

If the dog is not vaccinated for Rabies and has been bitten by a wild animal or other mammal in the last few weeks or months, Rabies must be included as a possibility.
The dog needs to see a vet, and preferably a veterinary neurologist as soon as possible.
Take care.