My Puppy Was Bleeding From Mouth And Nose And Then Died What Would Be The Cause?


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Christine NZ Profile
Christine NZ answered
I'm so sorry you lost your dog.  
It sounds like she had internal bleeding from injury of some sort ~ maybe she had been hit by a car. To know for sure, a vet could do an autopsy and tell you the likely cause of death, but it would cost.
It might be better for you to try and think only of the happy times you spend with her, and hold those thoughts close to your heart.
Again ~ sorry for your loss.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Usually when puppies/dogs have bled out of their nose and mouth prior to dying, this usually means that they had some sort of head trauma. My great dane did the same thing. Maybe someone ran over the dog or it had a brain tumor or aneurysm. My vet for my dog told me the same thing.
Meta Forrest Profile
Meta Forrest answered
No, it sounds as if your dog suffered a brain haemorrhage .
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
I had four kittens that died like that because the mother cat either laid on them and suffocated them or she shook them around.  Don't always expect it to be internal, watch out for the animals around the puppies too
samantha ward Profile
samantha ward answered
Many things could have went wrong. The puppy could have gotten into something it wasnt suppose to or had an injury of some kind or was born with brain damage of some sort or could have had anything wrong in it brain like  a tumor or something. It could have been a number of things its hard to tell but sorry about your pup.

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