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    Hi everyone I have a bit of an issue with one of my five month old pups. He is vomiting about every 3 rd morning ( has the last 2 mornings tho) its first thing in the morning about 10 mins after he wakes up and he hasn't done any physical activity maybe just a walk around his room. His vomit is almost like saliva- a little yellow but no evidence of any food! He also does it 3 times, and by the 3 rd time it's such a little amount it doesn't even come out of his mouth. Also it's not just like he vomits he stands there for 30 seconds or so n I can hear his stomach going gulp gulp as the vomit is slowly coming up! Any thoughts about what migh be wrong???

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    One of mine vomits when his tummy is empty and he is hungry. What time do your pups get fed their dinner?

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    Yep same here Wuffles ,my older girl and the young male are the same.I also had an older male that if you'd slept in past the usual brekky time that would do it as well.

    Do you have a set brekky time Spuddy and what is the latest time of night you feed ?

    Believe it or not my young lad has to have supper not long before bedtimes ( he's a complicated little fellow due to baby probs) and it seems to have fixed the problem so his belly isn't so empty for too long. He's been gradually growing out of it now.
    Last edited by ChoppaChop; 11-14-2010 at 07:03 PM.
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    Ahhh ok well we feed them 3 meals per day slowly cutting it down to two but bigger meals. They are also only on dry food, iams is the brand. We feed them around 7.30-8 at night and there breaky is around 8 ish in the morning but coming to think of it he has done it the last two mornings which are a sat and sun so they didn't have breaky till about 9am. I was thinking of taking hi
    to the vets in the morning but maybe I'll try feeding him his normal time n see how that goes....... I'll let you know if it works

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    Good stuff Spuddy
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    Oh just one other thing...is there any reason for only feeding dry? Some small chicken wings or some necks would be great !
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    Well we were told by a number of ppl that if u feed them really good quality dry food the types that the first ingrediant is something like real chicken that we wouldn't need to feed them canned food as they get addicted to the salt in it. They regularly have raw Hyde chews and onecevor twice a week I give them some lamb flaps ( cold ribs/cartilage). Are chicken necks ok for puppies? I always worry about what u can and can't feed them...

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    How old are they now ? From memory they wernt bub bubs? So usually yes,they are great for pups,as are wings. I personaly prefer wings as it takes them longer to have a good chew through Just be careful if you have a pup that inhales the food instead of chewing lol
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    They are 5.5 months old

    I thought i fixed the puppy sickness by giving him a handful of dry food as soon as we wake up, it seemed to work for a week and a bit but he vomited again this morning so im going to get the vet to take a look tomorrow as they are getting desexed in the morning

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