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    Default Vomiting issues please help to ease my concern

    Recently I took my bully Charlie to the dog park in my area to introduce him to other dogs. He is 11 months old and full of energy so but I was a little concerned about how he would interact with other dogs. On a positive note he played perfectly with all the dogs. Unfortunately, in the middle of playing he stopped in his tracks and vomited. He has only vomited once since I've had him so it caught me off guard. I gave him a little water and tried to walk him slow away from the dogs and he vomited again. Does anyone else have this problem when playing?

    For a side note he's fed twice a day once at around 8 then around 8 at night this happened at 4 in the afternoon

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    Default Re: Vomiting issues please help to ease my concern

    It could have been from over-excitement...... What did the vomit look like? Yellow, clear, foamy??
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    Default Re: Vomiting issues please help to ease my concern

    Foamy sorta yellow more clear still some food in it. I chalked it up to excitement as well just wondering if there is something I can do to help prevent it. I don’t have any family here so id like to be able to take there more but I dont want him to continue doing that.

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    Only thing I can think of is try to settle him down after being there for a bit... Limit running time
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    Default Re: Vomiting issues please help to ease my concern

    Will try I want to make sure he's getting some good exercise I didn't think we were there for very long ill just keep a closer eye on him

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    It doesn't take much for them to get there... So like 15 mins or so settle him and see of it helps
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    Default Re: Vomiting issues please help to ease my concern

    Hi, sounds like you already got some great advice from members. I agree the vomiting is probably from running too much and over excitement. Try limiting his play time to 15 or 20 minutes, and make sure it's a good temperature for him, not to hot or not to cold, many bullies don't tolerate extreme temperatures, or too much exercise.
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    It was the first good weather day here since the fall low 60s cloudy so I don't think heat or anything was an issue. We were out there for probably 10 minutes before he threw up the first time but I kept him on the leash for a little while because hes never been around that many dogs. I'm thinking maybe he gasped a little too much due to me having to hold him back on the leash and got a lot of air mixed with excitement and water. Now that I know he plays well maybe next time ill get him off the leash and away from the water limit his play time and see how it goes

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    Default Re: Vomiting issues please help to ease my concern

    Quote Originally Posted by KYBully270 View Post
    It was the first good weather day here since the fall low 60s cloudy so I don't think heat or anything was an issue. We were out there for probably 10 minutes before he threw up the first time but I kept him on the leash for a little while because hes never been around that many dogs. I'm thinking maybe he gasped a little too much due to me having to hold him back on the leash and got a lot of air mixed with excitement and water. Now that I know he plays well maybe next time ill get him off the leash and away from the water limit his play time and see how it goes

    good plan.... keep us posted, plesase
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