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    Default Re: HELP!! Dr?

    Quote Originally Posted by Spunkysmom2012 View Post
    @Twice thanks so much for the encouragement...I felt so bad
    I almost cried!!! I know that's dramatic but she's our baby

    Ok, I'm going to get her a slow feed bowl, and also give her a night time snack so hopefully her stomach will get back to normal. Thank you everyone, you saved me a trip to the doctor! (which is a 40 minute drive).
    It's not dramatic at all. Every single one of us here feels the exact same way about our bullies. That's what brought us all together in the first place

    Please keep us updated on how she feels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spunkysmom2012 View Post
    Yeah she inhales her food!

    We've also been feeding her green grapes for snack, only like two or three at a time twice a day maybe? I'm not sure If thats a problem too.
    I know that RAISINS are a NO NO - I'd check into the grapes! I'm not 100% sure on them -

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    I REALLY need to learn to read the ENTIRE Thread *slappa slappa* since everyone else mentioned Grapes and Raisins being bad already :p

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    Lol no worries!

    I will update y'all soon. Thank you!

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    Any update on this? How's your baby doing now? Saturday and Sunday Jackson threw up yellow bile and both mornings he didn't eat. Glad to read here that it could be from hunger. Sometimes he's stubborn and doesn't eat in the morning...I don't know why!

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    Quote Originally Posted by LoveMyBully82 View Post
    Any update on this? How's your baby doing now? Saturday and Sunday Jackson threw up yellow bile and both mornings he didn't eat. Glad to read here that it could be from hunger. Sometimes he's stubborn and doesn't eat in the morning...I don't know why!
    Bile definitely from empty belly. If Dublin sleep too long ( which is normal for her. Not a morning girl) Since I switched her to Orijen it hasn't happened. I think because of the level of protein. Keeps her full longer and takes longer to digest.. It is scary the first time you see it though. A snack before bedtime is a good idea too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dubbiedog View Post
    Bile definitely from empty belly. If Dublin sleep too long ( which is normal for her. Not a morning girl) Since I switched her to Orijen it hasn't happened. I think because of the level of protein. Keeps her full longer and takes longer to digest.. It is scary the first time you see it though. A snack before bedtime is a good idea too.
    Thanks for responding. I'll start giving him a bed time snack.

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