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    DefaultThrowing up

    For the last few days, Blue has been throwing up in the mornings only. This is very weird. I just wonder if she got something outside at nite.
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    DefaultRe: Throwing up

    Is it right away in the morning? Before or after she eats?
    I know some dogs throw up if their stomach gets to empty overnight. Normally a snack (either big cookie or small meal) before bed remedies the problem
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    DefaultRe: Throwing up

    If she is eating & pooping fine, she may have "empty stomach syndrome." Molly has that. She would throw up in the early morning hours, just some white/yellow foam. Vet said to feed her a snack at night or break up her meals so her last meal is later in the evening. She eats three divided meals with the last being at 9 p.m. & she has not thrown up since.

    If she goes too long without eating the stomach acids upset her.

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    DefaultRe: Throwing up

    "she would throw up in the early morning hours, just some white/yellow foam."

    I need to quit being so shy and post more question threads. ??? That is exactly what Mya was doing last week. I thought it was the Greenie biscuits I was giving her at night. Maybe she just needs a few more.
    Thank goodness other people aren't afraid to post their questions :-[

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    DefaultRe: Throwing up

    Quote Originally Posted by georgie
    If she is eating & pooping fine, she may have "empty stomach syndrome." Molly has that. She would throw up in the early morning hours, just some white/yellow foam. Vet said to feed her a snack at night or break up her meals so her last meal is later in the evening. She eats three divided meals with the last being at 9 p.m. & she has not thrown up since.

    If she goes too long without eating the stomach acids upset her.
    It's yellow foam and I found pieces of her chewing in. Eating/pooping are fine..now worries there.
    <br /><br />Mom to 3 busy boys and&nbsp; my sweet little lab girl!!

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