Razzle5-year-old at the time
Cavalier King Charles Spaniel
You can see how lovable and loved Razzle was. Such a wonderful boy. Every day he was busy playing and giving love.
One Friday afternoon, Razzle became a bit listless. His parents weren't sure how concerned they should be. But as the weekend went on, Razzle kept getting quieter and weaker. By Monday morning, he was barely able to stand and looked jaundiced.
That's when his parents realized something was seriously wrong.
What do you think was wrong with Razzle? What would you make of his symptoms? What would you do?
Read Razzle's story.
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