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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 09-07-2010, 08:50 AM Thread Starter
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Throw up food in the morning after ate

My Max, he has been throw up his morning breakfast food couple mins after he ate. He did that at least one or twice a month usually in the morning? something I need to be concern? I feed him Envo. Max is almost 3years old. Anyone knows please advice!

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Does he eat the same thing at night and keep it down?

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Could he be gobbling it up faster than usual? If it is only once or twice a month I don't think I'd worry too much. I would mention it to the vet the next visit, though.

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Max ate same thing at night and keep it down Not a problem!
Yes I will ask the vet on the next visit. thanks
I though that it would be something in the breed which I need to know so I can take care of Max the right way.
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I would just watch closely for any other odd symptoms and call the vet if it happens again or he gets worse, it could be just eating too fast, though ...hopefully its nothing serious

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My cat does that. She eats too fast and tosses her cookies within a half hour. Completely disgusting. She does it at least once a week.

Maybe Max needs a late night snack to keep him from gorging himself in the morning?

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wow, my little guy won't even eat before 11am in the morning, he's a night eater, 10 - 11pm at night. wierd, first dog that didn't scarf everything in front of him.
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Is he wolfing the food down - gulping it as fast as he can? It sounds as if he's regurgitating, not vomiting.

We have two dogs that regurgitate their breakfast when they eat too fast. Almost as soon as they're done eating, sometimes before, they regurgitate the food and then eat it again, this time a little slower.

I've found that moistening the kibble just a bit can help reduce the chance of this happening.

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