Hi all! I have a 1-year-old westie named Bowie that was spayed last Thursday. The operation went well. She was prescribed carprofen 40mg for pain management. The day after surgery she didn't want to eat, which according to the vet is normal. She did poop a little on the day after though. However, after two days she still didn't want to eat and she was shaking/shivering. On Sunday she still didn't want to eat and she began throwing up bile. So, I've decided to take her to the emergency vet, where she received a shot (maropitant citrate) to treat her nausea and also received Tramadol pills for her pain. She didn't have a fever and her incision looked really good according to the vet. On Monday Bowie still didn't want to eat. Luckily she didn't throw up anymore. To be certain, I took her to her vet the same day. She received a special dog liquid food, some sort of DogSure. I was told to give her that 6 times a day 10mg and that would increase her appetite and by tomorrow she should be eating normal again. She didn't have any fever that day either. She also received Metoclopramide pills for her nausea and stomach problems. Today is exactly 1 week after her surgery and she still doesn't want to eat. I took her to the vet today again. The vet told me that everything looks normal, she doesn't have a fever, heartbeat looks good, the incision is healing perfectly. Although, he does hear some sounds in her intestines, but is not certain what exactly could be wrong with her. So he suggested that Bowie stayed the night at the vet for fluid treatment because maybe she has problems with her kidney or liver and due to the anaesthesia she received during surgery might have affected her. Does anyone have experience with a similar situation? I don't know what else to do. I have already spent a lot of money at the vet.