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    Recently, my EBD Pork Chop started vomiting Sat morning and again this morning and evening. Anything I can give her? I have no idea what caused her to vomit.


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    Both Lola and Floyd have had vomiting incidents (Lola more than once) and all times they had swallowed something they shouldn't have. A chunk of a flip flop, bread bag tie, connector piece for a glow necklace ect. With the times hat caused vomiting They both eventually were able to bring the item up or have it go through.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissWaddles13 View Post
    Recently, my EBD Pork Chop started vomiting Sat morning and again this morning and evening. Anything I can give her? I have no idea what caused her to vomit.


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    What does it look like? Is she eating, drinking? You can give a Pepcid, if you think she just has an upset belly, but 3x in 24 hrs, I would be thinking of a vet visit.
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    Oh no, I hope she didn't swallow something. . I would see a vet since it keeps happening , especially if she does it again today.


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    Quote Originally Posted by 2BullyMama View Post
    What does it look like? Is she eating, drinking? You can give a Pepcid, if you think she just has an upset belly, but 3x in 24 hrs, I would be thinking of a vet visit.
    It's her food. She eats taste of the wild and her grain free snacks. She's not much of a table food eating dog.

    I gave her pepto bismo chew tablet , fasting her 24 hours with water only and bland diet chicken or rice if she continues go to the vet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bullmama View Post
    Oh no, I hope she didn't swallow something. . I would see a vet since it keeps happening , especially if she does it again today.


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    I hope not either during our walks she sniffs around and who knows what is out there on the ground in the bushes . I am fasting her 24 hours see how that goes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Miss Lola View Post
    Both Lola and Floyd have had vomiting incidents (Lola more than once) and all times they had swallowed something they shouldn't have. A chunk of a flip flop, bread bag tie, connector piece for a glow necklace ect. With the times hat caused vomiting They both eventually were able to bring the item up or have it go through.
    True, they can get themselves into trouble swallowing weird things. Even though she's 5 years old she can swallow objects.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MissWaddles13 View Post
    It's her food. She eats taste of the wild and her grain free snacks. She's not much of a table food eating dog.

    I gave her pepto bismo chew tablet , fasting her 24 hours with water only and bland diet chicken or rice if she continues go to the vet.
    Keep us posted.... hoping it is just an upset belly
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    Hi, you've been given great advice from others above, and I agree that it may be a sign of obstruction and she may have swallowed something you don't know about. My Dozer is a sock eater, and he has swallowed socks on 4 different occasions, each time he has vomited or pooped them out. Continue to keep an eye on Pork Chop and if he continues to vomit, I would take her to the vet. Please keep us posted on how she's doing. I hope it's just an upset belly, and nothing serious. Sending hugs and prayers your way n
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    How's Pork Chop??
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    Quote Originally Posted by 2BullyMama View Post
    Keep us posted.... hoping it is just an upset belly
    She appears to be under the weather. So far, no vomiting her breakfast chicken and 2 tbsp of rice. I left to work , came home early to check on her found her on the sofa. Her drooling has lessened. I am going to watch her and take her to the vet Friday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vikinggirl View Post
    Hi, you've been given great advice from others above, and I agree that it may be a sign of obstruction and she may have swallowed something you don't know about. My Dozer is a sock eater, and he has swallowed socks on 4 different occasions, each time he has vomited or pooped them out. Continue to keep an eye on Pork Chop and if he continues to vomit, I would take her to the vet. Please keep us posted on how she's doing. I hope it's just an upset belly, and nothing serious. Sending hugs and prayers your way n
    I appreciate all the advice These can be scary unknown of what they eat. She seems to be in good spirits bec I am home soon to go interpret for a couple of hours and be back shortly.

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