diarrhea it has been caused by them swallowing something foreign. Is there any chance that she could have swallowed something you don't know about? My male Dozer has swallowed socks on 5 occasions, and has always passed them by either vomiting or pooping them out. We've been very lucky that he has always been able to pass them and he's not needed surgery for obstruction. He has on occasion vomited or had diarrhea for a day or two before passing a sock, and he acts normal, eats and drinks normal while he has the sock in his tummy. He actually just pooped out a sock last week, which I didn't even know he had swallowed, it was a sock of mine that went missing months ago, so he must have had that sock in his tummy for at least a few months. Signs of an obstruction are vomiting, diarrhea, drooling from the mouth, and being lethargic. Keep an eye on her, for these signs, and watch her bowel movements to see if she passes anything, but if she continues to vomit I would take her to the vet and have her checked out. You don't want her to dehydrate, she may just have an upset tummy or a virus of some sort, hopefully she didn't swallow anything, but it's something you want to keep an eye on. Does she have a fever? I hope she is okay, and she feels better soon. please keep us posted.