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What you are seeing is not normal during pregnancy. I feel it is possible your dog has developed a uterine infection. Pyometra generally occurs 60-70 days after a heat cycle. It is usually seen in older unspayed females but can be seen in any age. It is diagnosed by ultrasound showing fluid in the uterus. There are two types of Pyometra (open and closed cervix) Symptoms of open cervix Pyometra are a vaginal discharge that may be pus or bloody, lethargy, anorexia, increased thirst and urination, vomiting and diarrhea, and abdominal swelling though the dog remains fairly healthy due to the infection draining from the body. Closed cervix Pyometra symptoms are the same without much of a discharge, they appear very ill, there is usually weight loss and abdominal swelling and is much more extreme. Dehydration, shock and death can occur if not treated aggressively.
If it was only a day with these symptoms, I wouldn't be too concerned but after this amount of time and her loss of appetite as well, I'd have her seen as soon as possible. I do have to warn you that in most cases an emergency spay is done to remove the infected urterus so the source of the infection is gone. Caught early, a vet might try antibiotics, but it sounds like she is pretty ill already and needs to be seen as soon as possilbe. This can be deadly. I wished I had bettter news for you.
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