Dog not eating vomiting

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I've been making him chicken boiled and can get him to eat that but he's not too excited about it. I'm sure he's not eating enough to sustain himself and I'm at a total loss. I'm afraid he'll quit eating the chicken too. The vets I have taken him to seem to have no further options for me. Does anyone out there have any ideas, suggestions. . . .anything. He's a black lab. He's gone from about 92 lbs. to 78 lbs in the last month.
My dog has not been eating for couple of days and she does not seem like she wants to eat and i tried to force her to drink some milk and water and she keeps on gagging and coughing what could be causing that ?
Is the dog eating, drinking, any vomiting or diarrhea, eating and drinking? If this continues and especially if the dog shows any other signs, a trip to your Vet is warranted.
If the vomiting stops you can assume that your dog was allergic to an ingredient or more than one ingredient in her old dog food. There is no reliable blood or other test for food allergies. 3. Your dog could have bacterial overgrowth; a short course of antibiotics and probiotics (acidophilus and other good bacteria) could be helpful. If all of the above fail than your veterinarian may have to have an abdominal ultrasound or endoscopy with biopsy performed.
NO, he's NOT mentally ill! If you haven't already, you need to split his meals into small servings...Small dogs should be fed at least 2 meals a day......For tiny guys, sometimes 3 times a day is better......Hypoglycemia is a problems for tiny ones..... MAKE SURE you are feeding a High quality diet....Little dogs need PERFECT nutrition in every bite because they do not consume much.....It cannot be full of cheap fillers & grains & by products...These are a waste of vital nutrition......
3 times in the last 36 hours right after she eats, also her nose is warm and for the last week or so she has not been eating well, only 1/2 her regular food... i have a vet appt this a.m. any ideas what might be wrong with her? she is my baby and im very worried... she is about 11 years old and an amputee she lost her right front leg due to getting hit by a car about 5 years ago...
Our dog vomited bile twice today (both times about 8-9 hrs after eating) and once last week (again, 8-9 hours after eating). After vomiting the dog was excitable and energetic; not lethargic in the least. I wouldn't normally be concerned except last summer our dog came down with Acute Pancreatitis and we almost lost him. He had surgery and they removed a large mass from his Pancreas. He has since been on a low-fat, low-protein diet and has been doing great.
Please bring your precious puppy, she's still a puppy if she's only 7 months old. When I hear a puppy is not able to hold down water and is not eating, I grew up with dogs, and this needs a vet's attention. You ask what you should do. Bring her back to the same vet. She's listless, not playing with her brother and sleeping. She's not well. She needs to go to her regular vet . The one who prescribed the medication. Do it soon. Things can get serious very quickly. Water is essential !!!!!
Since the barium study is normal it means that your dog does not have an obstruction. However there may still be an abdominal mass that could cause a mechanical problem which may cause the vomiting. Abdominal X-Rays and an abdominal ultrasound with or with out biopsy may be necessary. Other causes of vomiting and weight loss could be Addisons's disease and Urinary tract infections or prostatitis (if your dog is intact). Blood work could be normal under acute circumstances.
If she is vomiting all day that isn't good. I'm not a vet but have had sibs for 20 years. Be careful she does not become dehydrated. I wouldn't wait long if she continues to vomit you need to run tests. Pets are expensive and rely on their human owner for care.
Serving up any unusual food, particularly in an older dog, can result in a simple upset tummy with vomiting and diarrhea or more serious conditions. For example, if your senior dog has a kidney problem, the excess phosphorus in the organs might have just tipped him over the edge into full blown kidney failure. If his pancreas has been a bit off, the excess fat may have triggered acute pancreatitis.
What do i do when my dog is not eating? But it's not because i don't feed. I try to feed it but it just throws it's food back out. Plus it's her favorite food.
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