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Ok, I am freaking out just a little bit. Lola is used to eating several times a day in small doses. When I got home today, she threw up two little tiny piles of yellowish liquid.

 

Since DH had the day off, I asked him if he had been feeding Lola all day and he said he forgot. Could lack of food cause this? She did eat a little grass earlier, but just had her supper and gobbled it down.

 

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Yep, she's hungry and needs something in her stomach. Lots of greys will vomit bile if they're hungry.

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One of our recent foster hounds would vomit a little bile every morning until we started giving her two large biscuits right before bed time. Apparently for her our feeding times were a little too far apart (we feed around 6:15 am and 5:15 pm).

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Yep. and not only greys do this!

 

Yep! Even ppl do it. I'm bad about remembering to eat and when this happens I have become nauseous and gotten a little *pukey*.

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Yep. She needs something in her tummy. Even just a cookie or a small handful of kibble. Feeding more often in smaller doses should help with her pancreatitis too - not such a big "load" of food in her system all at once.

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Yep. She needs something in her tummy. Even just a cookie or a small handful of kibble. Feeding more often in smaller doses should help with her pancreatitis too - not such a big "load" of food in her system all at once.

:nod It's a lot easier for them to digest lots of small meals :)

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You may also want to watch her with the grass eating . . . Neither of my hounds have had pancreatitis, but they both went through a couple bouts with HGE and have always had "sensitive" stomachs. One of them used to graze grass like a goat, and my vet said I should definitely NOT let her eat grass. I do know that dogs will sometimes eat grass in cases of stomach ache/upset stomach (and, I think, sometimes just because they like it!), but I have to say that both of my hounds have done very well, stomach-wise, since I started making sure they don't eat grass. There seem to be mixed views about grass eating, but I thought I would at least pass this on as something to consider, since Lola was so sick recently . . .

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Yup! I agree with splitting up meals. Dunkin' used to get up in the middle of the night and puke up a little bile. Our vet suggested breaking up his meals and he's been fine ever since. We feed at 6am, 5pm and 10. Some of these guys are hungrier than others... I think mine may be the hungriest of them all! :)

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