Thanks for the information. Sorry about the wait. There seems to be a lot of GI problems going on today. That is why I was wondering how many had gotten into Halloween candy. In a situation like this, I would probably try some boneless, skinless chicken
breast, white or brown rice and low fat cottage cheese to see if you can stimulate appetite first. This is usually bland enough for them to eat (no spices). If there is still no eating by tomorrow, have your vet check her out and at the vary least put her on the same medications. You can even use famotidine
(Pepcid) at home. The dose is 2.5mg per 10lbs of body weight. That can sometimes be difficult to dose if she is a small Yorkie. As long as there is no vomiting, diarrhea, weakness, abdominal pain or pale gums; it doesn't sound like an emergency situation and may correct itself in 1-2 days. I tend to get concerned with hypoglycemia
in small breed dogs if not eating well, though, so I don't like to let them go more than a day. A calorie supplement, such as Nurtrical, may buy you some time, though. Please let me know if you have any other questions. Hope this helps.