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Old 23-06-2011, 12:35 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Ok well I think the idea is that the tummy is irritated and sore so give something bland will hopefully give it a chance to settle and thus no more vomitting. Personally whenever Sam's ill (he has a digestive disorder so we've had more issues than most) he gets a cod fillet and mashed potato. Nothing added to either I simply get those frozen portion cod and pop it in the microwave for a few mins and cut and boil then mash the potato (about 150g when he was younger) (or cheat and used well rinsed and boiled tin ones). Sam gets this as four meals a day, nothing else and no exercise for an hour or so before or after. There are some bonuses - he can't snaffle it as fast as dry food, he thinks its a treat as he loves his home cooked food and also it makes him really tired and he has a very long sleep afterwards!

I hope that it works for you and the vets visit isn't needed.
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Old 23-06-2011, 12:56 PM   #13 (permalink)
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Chicken and rice, or in your case mash, is easy to digest so that is why they have told you to feed him that.

Have you got another vet in the area you could go to as most reasonable vets allow clients to pay when they can (within reason)?

Sometimes your insurance company will have a helpline you can ring for advice on health before going to the vet, so if you can't afford it right now, that may be an option.

I hope you manage to find the cause of the problem soon.
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Thanks. I feel bad starving him for the rest of the day. Poor thing it's such a long time. I will give him the mash and chicken as the vet said and see how he goes. They didn't seem to think it was anything that needed looking at urgently and hopefully he wil be ok and won't need to go. But if he did get worse before mon I would just have to borrow from someone. Wouldn't have him going without seeing the vet if it was needed.
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Old 09-05-2015, 10:56 AM   #15 (permalink)
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my dog is vomiting everything he eats from today morning he is also feeling weakness and is not as energetic as he is please suugest me something urgently!!!!!
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Old 15-05-2017, 05:15 PM   #16 (permalink)
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hi
my pup teaser 30 days old vomits and poops the moment he feeds over the food
how could i stop that,and how to recover him.he gets so tired due to this and he isn't play full as he was.
please suggest me the way to recover him.....
thank you
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Old 15-05-2017, 05:42 PM   #17 (permalink)
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At 30 days old you need to see your vet! A pup at that age does not have the reserves of an older dog to fall back on, and apart from that it could be the start of something very serious, thinking even Parvo Virus which is potentially life threatening. Please do not delay! If it is Parvo then any delay could mean you are too late.

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