maybe it's from inactivity at night???
I'm no expert but I would "think" that it would not get better and worse and better and worse so often if it were serious?
My 2 yorkies are pissed off too because at 5am every day I wake up and run and grab her and take her into bed for her tummy massage....they are used to being the first pets to be pampered...
ok, I need a glass of wine...
she seems a bit perkier too...just pray that it lasts and she is out of the woods and completely healthy...boy do I love this little pig!
She is still tolerating small amounts of baby carrot and green bells. I gave her one blueberry this morning...I will still wait a bit on leafy greens.
Is it possible she was just way stressed out from going from a shelter, losing her mate, to a rescue and then to me?
Thanks to all who posted during these weeks of my trying to figure this all out. I am so glad it is not something serious!
Besides making new friends here at GL, this experience has bonded me with Sierra in a way that I did not expect could happen.
However, my 7 year old Yorkie got very jealous and has pretended his leg hurt and could not jump on the bed! Oh yeah, until I had a treat then he had no problem at all. :)
Otherwise, she is inquisitive and happy...the funny thing is that she will have the soft poops for a bit and then the normal ones come out really big, like twice as long as regular...