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    Vomiting

    Hi,
    I have a 2 year old frenchie who acts so normal throughout the day.
    Eats, runs, walks, poops (normal poop), energetic. However, one week ago he through up at around 1 in the am bile and was fine the entire day then through up his kibble again for the second night/early morning. But acts completely fine all day. We take him to the vet and they take a blood test, X ray, temperature, fecal test and everything is normal and fine. Even a specialist reviews his xrays and wasn’t concerned... he goes two days without vomiting and vomits again. The vet says next step would be an ultrasound.

    Has anyone experienced this... ?

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    Re: Vomiting

    Not sure what is going on with your baby, but hopefully the vets will figure it out soon. If it's just bile then his stomach is empty, but you said he threw up kibble, so that's not it. Please keep us posted.
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    Re: Vomiting

    Quote Originally Posted by Stewiethepapas View Post
    Hi,
    I have a 2 year old frenchie who acts so normal throughout the day.
    Eats, runs, walks, poops (normal poop), energetic. However, one week ago he through up at around 1 in the am bile and was fine the entire day then through up his kibble again for the second night/early morning. But acts completely fine all day. We take him to the vet and they take a blood test, X ray, temperature, fecal test and everything is normal and fine. Even a specialist reviews his xrays and wasn’t concerned... he goes two days without vomiting and vomits again. The vet says next step would be an ultrasound.

    Has anyone experienced this... ?
    How much kibble is he vomited? If bile, it is due to empty belly syndrome


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    Re: Vomiting

    Any recent changes in food or treats?

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