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8 month old Yorkie/Vomiting bile and stomach noises

Driven by diet or illnesses, dog can react by vomiting or diarrhea. What is happening to your dog? Let's help each other!

8 month old Yorkie/Vomiting bile and stomach noises

Postby Bloodta » Mon Jul 17, 2006 11:36 pm

Our 8 month old Yorkie has been vomiting yellow foamie substance and has not been eating much since Thursday. Friday was bad and Saturday was the worst. She vomited 4 or 5 times and also dry heaved who knows how much, but, she acts her same very playful self . I got worried and took her to the Emergency Vet Saturday night. They ran every test: Blood, Parvo, Fecal, Complete Blood Count, and Vetscan Chemistry Profile. They also gave her fluids subcutaneously. All of the tests came back negative. She acted normal while at the clinic, except her stomach was squeaking and rumbling really loudly. She weighs 4.5 lbs, her temp. was 103*. They gave here some chicken and rice puppy food that is easier to digest, which she ate. They also gave her some Diarsanyl Oral Paste and Reglan Liquid. After we got home Sunday morning at 3:30am, she was fine and all day Sunday she was fine. Today, she started vomiting again and had loose stool she is also not eating as much. Her stomach has also started making the squeakiy sounds again. Any ideas? We already paid $350 at the emergency vet to find out there was nothing wrong, but, obviously something is. I would greatly appreciate the help, I 've read all the horror stories and I'm worried.
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Postby suebgone » Tue Jul 18, 2006 4:07 am

IF she were my dog, I would fast her for 12 hours. then bring her back on a diet of boiled, rinsed chicken or hmbg & rice. 1/3 meat to 2/3 rice. Keep her on that for at least two days. Four small meals a day. Then gradually add a small amt of her regular food. Some yogurt wouldn't hurt either

Does she have food available all the time? What kind of food are you feeding her? Did they mention food allergies?
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Postby Bloodta » Tue Jul 18, 2006 9:08 pm

She has been eating the Chicken and Rice puppy food that the Emergency Vet gave us, before that, she was eating Eukanuba Small breed Puppy food.
They didn't mention food allergies.
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Postby suebgone » Wed Jul 19, 2006 1:35 am

boiled, rinsed chicken & rice is not the same thing as puppy chow! What is the brand they gave you at the ER?

Eukanuba Natural® Puppy Lamb & Rice
1. Lamb 2. Brewer's Rice 3. Corn Meal 4. Fish Meal
5. Dried Egg Product 6. Ground Whole Grain Sorghum
7. Dried Beet Pulp 8. Chicken Fat 9. Ground Barley
10. Natural Chicken Flavor 11. Brewer's Dried Yeast 12. Salt
13. Choline Chloride 14. Dicalcium Phosphat 15. Marigold Extract
16. DL-Methionine 17. Vitamins/Minerals 18. Rosemary Extract

Now compare that to a premium food
California Natural Lamb Meal & Rice Puppy

1. Lamb Meal 2. Ground Brown Rice 3. Sunflower Oil
4. Taurine 5. Ground White Rice 6. Vitamins/Minerals

It really sounds like she is not getting enough to eat. The noises & the bile sure indicate that. With all the vomiting you need to be watchful that she doesn't dehydrate.
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Postby Bloodta » Wed Jul 19, 2006 2:34 am

Thank you for the help. The ER gave us "Hill's Prescription Diet- Canine i/d". She hasn't vomited today but had very liquidy stool. She still is very active. Maybe she's getting better.
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Postby suebgone » Wed Jul 19, 2006 3:22 am

Didn't the vet mention giving her Pepto Bismol? or Canned pumpkin? Be very careful as she can dehydrate very fast with the diarrhea & vomiting.
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