If your pet has a decreased appetite or has stopped eating altogether, you should talk with your veterinarian. This may be a sign of GI disease.
Some animals with GI disease will retain a normal appetite, or even be eating more than usual, and yet be losing weight. This too is a condition that should be seen right away.
Dr. Rossi will perform an abdominal sonogram and examine all the abdominal structures for irregularities and signs of disease. Once we identify the locality of the abnormality, we can move to diagnosis and treatment plan.