I'm feeling really distressed tonight. My eight week old puppy hasn't been eating well and has been a little underenthusiastic. I took her to the vet and he said she has tonsillitis (swollen tonsils, swollen lymph nodes, raw & inflamed throat). I let the breeder know and she's extremely upset. She's also feeling a little defensive. I picked the pup up from her just Saturday and she had no signs of any illness at that time. I'm really worried that I've caused this. I've been all gung-ho to get her started on a raw food diet and I gave her a raw chicken leg. She loved it, especially the bone. I read on the Web that one possible cause of tonsillitis in dogs is a foreign object that causes tearing and infection. Did that raw chicken bone cause this? I'm riddled with guilt and if my breeder had any inkling that I gave her a raw chicken bone she'd probably demand the puppy back - I don't dare tell her. Any thoughts?