Hello. I saw that you had previously answered some questions regarding over-eating, gastritis, pancreatitis
, or possibly bloat. Well, I have an 11 month old English Bulldog
of normal size & weight & health, outside of the normal bulldog issues such as heavy snoring
, cherry eye
, relentless hunger, and being the coolest dog on the planet, haha!
Anyway, my mom was keeping an eye
on her today, and I got a text about 15.5 hours ago, saying that she had accidentally gotten into her overnight bag, and along with my parents' dog, eaten a totally full Tupperware container of food (I believe it holds about 10 cups). Knowing her, it is extremely likely that Willow ate the vast majority of the 10 or so cups, which seems like a tremendous amount? She had two giant poops and threw up large blobs twice within the first hour, moped around quite a bit, and then threw up and pooped several more times over the next 8 hours or so, but did not pee at all. I got home around 11:30pm, and since then she has pooped (more than usual, and soft), peed a lot twice, and threw up about 4 more times. She has also had terrible smelling gas rather consistently. She definitely is not herself, most certainly is experiencing pain & discomfort, but I wouldn't say she is in gut wrenching-type pain, as she is currently sleeping and also slept earlier. Her gums are currently pink (but I did not check them earlier in the day). Over the last hour or so I've read a lot about bloat, and thankfully she seems to have dodged a bullet, would you agree? On that note, however, I am not totally familiar with pancreatitis...do you think this situation could be anything more than a really bad belly ache & gas?
By the way, I should probably mention that when she was about 6 months old, she ate two pieces of an old torn rubber ball at a dog park, and they became lodged between her large intestine & colon...she was sick in a rather similar way as right now, so I took her to the vet and he performed emergency surgery and saved her life. She had a full & complete recovery as far as I am aware.
Thank you for your time & input!!