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Q. Lethargic, quiet, a rash/hives all over, vomiting, diarehea, his face was severely swollen he was having trouble breathing I rushed him to vet

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A. This sounds like a severe allergic reaction to something (could be food or insect). When it is that bad the right thing is indeed to rush to the vet to get this reaction treated.

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