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What is happening to my jack russell terrier
by Marie bourn
A few months back he was attacked by another dog, it tried to rip his throat out.a few day stay in the vet, he isn't the same.3 years earlier, his daughter was laid to rest from a snake bite.she kept the others fit,lean and healthy.now he is a butterball, but strangely his spine pertrudes out and his hair is unsteady.his hind legs look like they are about to give out.one eye sorta bulges outward.he EATS and DRINKS constantly.i took up the food now he Hoover's the junebugs out of the shed.back to the vet cause his look in his eyes was like he was saying his belly hurts.they ran test but nothing came of it.he bark has changed. And he has gone to peeing in the house now.he use to let me know now I think he doing it out of spite.he almost refuses to go outside because he may miss a meal.i keep him outside to run back and forth from door to door so he can get exericise. I know he is getting old but 10 years isn't to far gone. Any advice?