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    Certainly a visit to the vet .
    It sounds like something is irritating the stomach wall , the excess in water intake is also a large concern.

    Hope the vet gives you some answers , keep us updated
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    My dog would do the 3am vomit - when she had been eating bones.

    She doesn't get to eat bones any more.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hyacinth View Post
    My dog would do the 3am vomit - when she had been eating bones.

    She doesn't get to eat bones any more.
    He eats bones - large marrow bones - every couple of days. I get the butcher to cut them length-wise so he can get at the marrow. Maybe this is part of the issue? Thank you!

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    Have you looked in the vomit? The bone fragments are usually there and you can see nasty pointed splinters - especially from Marrow bones.

    With Frosty - I can leave one with her for about 5 to 10 minutes - before she busts them up and swallows bits. Not good.

    She's no good with chicken wings either - swallows them slightly chewed and whole and vomits them up again a few hours later.

    And beef neck bones and lamb shanks - all raw and fresh - no good.

    Cow hoof, horse hoof trimmings and deer antler seem to be ok. Deer antler is great cos it doesn't fracture and splinter the way other bones do. Cow hoof is a bit stinky when being eaten.

    I also give her carrots - which don't cause a problem but don't last very long either.

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    My dogs would occasionally vomit at 2-3am, always grass and bile. I read somewhere that if they have an empty stomach for too long, some dogs will eat grass and vomit. I started giving my dogs a very small meal at about 5pm, just wet food, not dry, and the problem seems to have stopped (touch wood)....
    I had always fed my dogs in the morning, and at lunchtime, with small treats during the day.

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    I would suggest you to see the vet as it can be dangerous even my dog start vomiting after every 20 -25 day and drink lot of water too when I showed him to vet and had his all blood test it was kidney problem due to high protein diet so I think you should take your dog to vet.

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    If you give your dog split marrow bones I am confident this is the reason for the vomitting. The amount of fat in the marrow is more than what a dog should eat in a week. The excess fat would make her sick and could in future cause pancreatitis if your not careful. Marrow bones have no nutritional,value, I would stick to brisket bones and chicken/turkey frames, necks, wings, legs etc.

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