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Old 05-02-2017, 10:26 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I have just gotten off the phone with the vet, they do not seem as concerned with my girl as much as I am. I am surely going to keep a good eye on her and if not improvement we are going in the morning. Here's the deal, Pepper is 19 months old went for a good 3 mile walk Sunday morning came home ate drank and then was lazy the rest of the day. Monday morning when I went to take her out at 5 am, noticed vomit on her bedding, it was like soggy kibble. So no worries cleaned it up walked her she peed and pooped normally. Filled her bowls, headed to work hubby calls and says she vomited again, he cleans it up she is normal active and pooped for him as well. He gives her some white rice to see if that helps, goes gets the kid from school, comes home and there is vomit of course all the rice she just ate. Now I get home from work 8:30pm we go for a walk pees and poops and its normal no straining. We get in and she's sitting by her bowl clearly hungry so I give her some kibble. I decided to lay with her on the couch to watch her, about 10:30pm she hops up goes to her crate and vomits. I clean up 1/2 after I go to clean the other 1/2 she's eating it back up. She managed to keep that down this morning 5am pees poops (normal poo). Then hubby calls me again and says she's vomited again but this time no food particles just foam. Vet said tonight since she's not eaten since last night to try boiled chicken and white rice. She's drinking water normally, playing, I am just so worried about my baby. Have any of you experienced this, food is still whole coming up just soggy. If she vomits anymore tonight the vet is seeing us tomorrow!
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Old 05-02-2017, 01:40 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Yes I have experienced this with my boxer, she vomited foam in the end, every 20 minutes, it was when she was a lot younger but the vet injected her with something to stop her from vomiting, then gave her some pro-biotic paste and some other tablets which I believe where the same as what they injected her with but for the next few days. It all calmed down and stopped. I don't know what caused it but I seem to remember she was also around 1 and a half years old. They have such delicate tummies. chicken and rice is good but with the paste and see if the vet can prescribe anything - usually they jump at the chance of filling them with medication to bankroll the vet practice.
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