To fast Marley, remove all access to food
and water for 24 hours. Keep him indoors in a place where he's inclined to rest.
After 24 hours, if he is still vomiting, it is definitely time to seek medical attention.
If he is not, try offering small amounts of water. Just a few laps. If he is able to drink a little and keep that down, offer more 15 minutes or so later.
Continue offering small amounts of water for a few hours. If it stays down, try a tiny amount of food. Just a teaspoon. If this makes him vomit, seek medical care. If it doesn't, repeat small meals frequently.
This type of a fast will allow most animals with an uncomplicated stomach to rest and heal their digestive tracts, allowing for a complete recovery.
Animals with more serious problems will continue to vomit in spite of being fasted.
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