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Old 02-10-2013, 06:34 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Heart threw up this morning around 6am

I think I experienced the empty stomach syndrome this morning. She threw up three times and it was kind of foamy. I took her out and then gave her just a little to eat until breakfast....she ate the snack right up...so I'll see if she keeps it down.
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Is there a bedtime snack that can be given to help this tummy trouble in the morning. I've often looked at baby food at the store..the meat or veggies...or maybe just a little of what she eats regularly just before the last walk of the evening??? Does anyone give a bedtime snack??
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Nancy i give Yogi Some Cheerios For a bed time snack.
What did you give her after she thru up?
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Is there a bedtime snack that can be given to help this tummy trouble in the morning. I've often looked at baby food at the store..the meat or veggies...or maybe just a little of what she eats regularly just before the last walk of the evening??? Does anyone give a bedtime snack??
Some dry toast before bed my vet advised for this, it's not happened since.
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Since it was already morning, I walked her and she did her business, and then I just gave her a few pieces of her dry food mixed with a tiny bit of her wet and she ate it right up and now she's eating her regular sized breakfast...and she's fine...seems to be anyway. No more episodes.
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How much Cheerios do you give him?? And dry toast sounds good too? Whole Wheat or White or what kind?
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I will give them each a Fruitable treat or a few pieces of their regular dry food - they actually like that as treats too!
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Nancy i give Yogi Some Cheerios For a bed time snack.
What did you give her after she thru up?
Cheerios are a great snack. They pretty much melt in their mouth, no sharp edges, they're cheap, accessible and not made in China! Mine love 'em.
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Hm. I'll have to get some Cheerios.

Good idea on the dry toast too. My Tibetan Terrier has always suffered from the empty tummy syndrome. On heartworm pill day when I want to make sure she doesn't throw up, I always make a pot of plain white rice, give her some of that along with her regular dinner and her heartworm pill, then about 10 pm give her a snack of more white rice, which she loves (people food, you know, so she's sure it has to be good!). But a piece of toast would be a lot easier and I bet she'd eat that too, particularly if I smeared a bit of peanut butter on it. My dogs go nutz for peanut butter.
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If it has *never* happened before I'd be looking at what she ate the day before....

When Gus does morning vomits (doesn't happen often anymore) it is because he had too much fat the day before and his pancreas is acting up.

So if it hasn't happened before, don't jump to feeding her at night.

Look at what she ate the day before the vomiting.

If you do give an evening snack, make sure to adjust her food.

If it happens again tomorrow - I'd still be looking at her pancreas, and I'd actually fast her for a day.
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