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    My dog has just thrown up white foamy vomit. She hasn't eaten her dry food for the day yet but did have a one hour training session in 30 degree heat. She has drunk lots of water. I worry when she is not well and think I should take her to the vet in the morning.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cleasanta View Post
    Is she coughing too?
    Dr SPRV agrees with Dr Cleasanta = KENNEL COUGH!!!!

    Off to the vet for antibugs if no better on Monday. There is a lot of it around atm
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    Very important to keep her quiet and comfortable. Lemon juice with honey can help her feel more comfortable. Dr Clea also sprouts that apple cider vinegah ???? spelling from the health food store (NOT the supermarket) mixed with honey is grea. I use Manuka honey
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    It sounds like its just a build up of bile, because she hasn't eated anything, the bile acid has nothing too 'soak into' which makes the dog feel sick and boff it up or if she is excited. When did she last eat?
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    Thanks everyone for the help. I think I will take her to the vet because she was vaccinated a month ago for kennel cough but she has had a little cough some mornings. As for the training we go to a dog school that trains Saturday mornings and by 10.30 it was probably close to 30 degrees. We have a twenty minute break in the shade where the dogs have lots of water and big baths they can sit in. There are 25 dogs that attend and it is hot for everyone especially the dogs. We are really looking forward to winter!!!
    She had refused her dry food all day but I may give her some tuna now.

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    I'd say it is Kennel Cough. My dog had it a while back and she began with white foamy vomit. The trick is to give them a tea spoon of honey, that is what I was told by my vet, it does the trick.

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