I have a friend with a very sick dog. The dog is a lab, 60 lbs, and about 4 years old. Last week, the dog was vomiting and not eating, so they took her to the vet. The vet took x-rays and found a blockage that was probably carpet fibers from the newly installed carpet (the dog was licking the carpet for some reason). The vet told them they could wait another day to see if it would pass, but after that they would have to do surgery to remove it. The dog went home that night and ended up passing a carpet fiber ball. Since then, the dog has been eating very little. Sunday, the dog began vomiting again and had bloody diarrhea. They took her to the emergency vet who decided to do the surgery to look for the blockage they were sure she had. The surgery was done and there was no blockage. Nothing looked abnormal. She’s been at the vet since Sunday and she’s not improving. Since this isn’t my dog, I don’t really have a ton of information. I know the owners have a bad habit of feeding the dog any and all types of table scraps, in addition to the Beneful that she is free fed (ugh! working on that one). She is not spayed because the owner is very ignorant and wants her to have puppies :yikes: (I’m working on that one too-don’t worry!). She doesn’t have any other health problems that I’m aware of. Does anyone have any ideas of what could be wrong since the vet can’t seem to figure it out?