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Hi all, worried parent here! We gave our pup a couple tablespoons of yogurt and some fruit treats (a blueberry, a slice of mango, and a chunk of coconut) this morning before his kibble breakfast. All the fruit he had before except the coconut (though he loves coconut oil). Within 5 minutes, he vomited up the contents of his stomach. He seems fine now and is chewing on a toy. What should I do next? What do you think caused it? 

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good snack for a toddler, why the fruits for a dog? how about one small tablespoon of plain yogurt on the kibble and call it a day. less is always more especially with greyhounds. hold back and you enjoy the snack while your dog enjoys the kibble. 

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Some times if they eat too fast it can cause a sort of rebound effect.  Did you peel the mango?  The skin is edible but can be hard to digest.  Also the coconut if he didn't chew it up, which mine wouldn't - a big hunk of anything can cause it to come back up.  Coconut should also not have any peel on it as the outer husk is dangerous for animals.   It also could just totally be nothing.   We give our dogs fruit and yogurt for summer treats all the time without a problem.

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