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    Default Re: Vomiting, not eating, vet checks out fine

    @JackMurdoc any update on your little guy?

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    Default Re: Vomiting, not eating, vet checks out fine

    He's currently on the up and up side of this cycle! he's had his energy back the last few days, running around like a lab, being his silly happy self! he's back to eating all his food again (which i have added some pureed butternut squash to aid digestion...i read it has just as much fiber as pumpkin but less sugar). he's currently not throwing up. i'm hoping this last and doesnt go back to the ugly cycle again. i've also gotten him signed up for pet insurance along side his regular vet plan. will let you all know if things worsen and more tests/xrays are run...thanks for the tip of barium!

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    Awesome glad to hear it please let us know if he regresses again

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    Default Re: Vomiting, not eating, vet checks out fine

    Glad to hear he is doing better! I agree with everyone else.. insist on xrays and barium if it happens again! Our vet stuck with thinking it was allergies, etc, and not wanting to do big tests until our baby Aubrey got too sick and they sent us to a vet school hospital. She had an intestinal deformity that they thought kept blocking and clearing, making her have a cycle similar to your pup. Unfortunately for our gal, we found out when it was completely blocked and too late; 4 surgeries and they couldn't fix her so we had to let her go.

    Don't settle! Insist on getting real answers and further testing if it happens again. We found that out the hard way.


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