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I am sorry to hear about these concerns.
If they are persisting....
She continues to be lethargic, not eat, not urinate, you need to get her into a vet. The breathing is my greatest concern is it may suggest respiratory difficult, nausea or pain.
Some vets offer a free examination to new clients, so call around, and that may save some money.
Here are some other links to possible financial assistance:
Angels 4 Animalshttp://www.angels4animals.org/Care Credithttp://www.carecredit.com/*A credit card with low to no-interest payment plans for veterinary care*More vets are now accepting care credit
*Note: There are many payments options with Care Credit, and the website will give you details about payment plan options, including the potential for no-interest repayment
Help-A-Pethttp://www.help-a-pet.org/home.html The Pet Fundhttp://thepetfund.com/
I wish I could.
The symptoms are not very specific for any underlying pathology. I would be most suspicious for organ issues (kidney, liver, etc...)
Stomach or intestinal upset is another thought.
To help settle the stomach you could try one of the following drugs. My favorite product is Pepcid (an over-the-counter antacid).
Pepcid (Pepcid A.C.)
Pepcid comes in 10mg or 20mg tablets. You can give it every 12 hours.
The dose can be found within the following link: