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inappetence

 [in-ap´ĕ-tens]
lack of appetite or desire.

in·ap·pe·tence

(in-ap'ĕ-tens),
Lack of desire or of craving.
[L. in- neg. + ap-peto, pp. -petitus, to strive after, long for (adp-)]

inappetence

/in·ap·pe·tence/ (in-ap´it-ins) lack of appetite or desire.

inappetence

(ĭn-ăp′ĭ-təns) also

inappetency

(-tən-sē)
n.
Lack of appetite.

in·ap′pe·tent adj.

in·ap·pe·tence

(in-ap'ĕ-tĕns)
Lack of desire or of craving.
[L. in- neg. + ap-peto, pp. -petitus, to strive after, long for (adp-)]

inappetence

partial lack of appetite or desire contrasted to anorexia. Presence is inferred in animals which have depressed food intake.
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While plumage contamination is not an issue for oiled birds awaiting washing, birds often are inappetent after the stress of washing and require supplemental feeding during the transition from dry housing to pools.
Affected animals rapidly become depressed and inappetent.
In the birds that remained inappetent at that dose or for birds with further episodes of anorexia, a long-lasting injectable form of doxycycline (50-75 mg/kg IM q7d) was given in alternate sites in combination with subcutaneous fluid administration.
Check with all family members to discover how much your dog is really eating before determining that she is inappetent.