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Q. My dog got her distemper shots and now she can't walk or go to the bathroom. I thought she was constipated and when I lifed her tail up she started to

A. It is possible that your dog may be having a severe allergic reaction the vaccine she was given. it is best to contact the veterinarian that gave her the vaccine, or your local emergency clinic for care as soon as possible.

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JESSICA L DESROSIERS

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