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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 08-29-2007, 10:22 AM Thread Starter
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Lilly is throwing up. HELP

I gave Lilly a new Pedegree Super Chew bone yesterday. It is new on the market here. With in 20 - 30 minutes she threw up twice. She just now threw up again although it isn't the same looking. Makes me sick to talk about. What should I do?

Where is the puking smily?

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I am not familiar with that bone.

Is it a large bone? Sissy will sometimes throw up if she eats a large treat bone? We normally 1/4 or 1/2 the bone.

Watch her for dehydration.

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Is Lilly Ok today? It sounds like that bone didn't agree with her. If she is still under the weather today I would take her to the vet. But puppies do throw up.




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What she threw up today is just liquid. Not like yesterday. Yes the bone was rather long about 6in. She is acting pretty much nornal although she smells like a dog today. Talking about this is making me sick.

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How old is Lilly anyhow??
Poor girl.. has she eaten anything since that bone last night?
Is she pooping/peeing?
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I would keep a very close eye on her, if she again I would call the vet and see what they say.

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She will be 9mths old on the 7th and yes she is pooing and peeing.

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Sometimes they just . If I got nervous every time Shelby did, I would own my vet's office by now. The fat that you gave her something new is a concern, but maybe it just didn't agree with her. Some have more sensitive stomachs than others.

Keep an eye on her, and if you are still concerned, call the vet.


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The vomiting may not be related to having the bone, but with all the recalls lately, I would suggest you take the bone away. Maybe her body is telling her something.

Make sure she is still drinking, especially if she is down to vomiting bile.

You may want to call your vet for peace of mind.
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My dogs will vomit every so often bile when they are over hungry, or eat a little grass. But it is best to be careful if Lilly keeps it up.

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