My name is***** and I am sorry to hear that your puppies are sick. I am sorry, but I won't be able to chat on the phone, as restrictions on my medical license prohibit this. I am happy to chat with you as long as you need until your questions are answered.
When your puppies vomit, is it frank, dark red blood or is it more a pink foamy appearance? Have your puppies been fully vaccinated for parvo? How often are they vomiting? Is there any diarrhea?
Do you have a regular veterinarian or animal emergency room that you can take them to?
Possible causes for the vomiting include dietary indiscretion (eating something they shouldn't, this includes the human food they received), parvo or other viruses and intestinal parasites.
For tonight, I would withhold food from the puppies that are vomiting. They can have small amounts of water (about 1/4 cup) once every 30 minutes. I would also give them a Tums 500mg once and also Pepcid AC at 0.5mg per pound.
If they are still vomiting in the morning or if they develop diarrhea over night, you will need to take them to their vet.
If you see any of the following signs, you will strongly need to consider taking them to the ER tonight:
vomiting with frank blood (vs pink foam)
diarrhea with blood in it
distended or painful abdomen
fever (normal temperature is 100.5 to 102.5)
I hope this answer helps you. Feel free to contact me if you have any further questions.
Kansas State University
College of Veterinary Medicine Class of 2001