Thanks for the information. With the temperature outside being 62, I would say that getting overheated would be less likely, but with an English Bulldog, I have seen them get overhead much easier if they are very active. Typically they will feel very warm when you touch them, but not if it is just heat exhaustion as apposed to heat stroke. If he had chewed on the weeds or swallowed sand, I would expect that would be in his vomit. Heat exhaustion and eating something would be the most common things to cause his symptoms in this circumstance, but the history doesn't support either of these. The other thing we need to consider as well is if he had an allergic reaction to a bee/wasp sting or bug bite. That may seem like the most likely scenario. Given that he seems to be doing better now and is playing, I would keep a careful eye on him. I would wait until tonight to give him on food. Give only a small amount every 30-45 minutes to monitor for vomiting. If he continues to vomit, seems weak, has pale gums, isn't drinking, has bruises (belly, ears, eyes, gums) or has bloody stool; I would get him to the emergency vet ASAP. If your regular vet is still open, it would be a good idea for them to just check him out to make sure his vitals are normal. If not, it should be okay to just monitor him for now. It should be okay to leave just a small amount of water down at a time. He may have vomited again if he drank a lot of water too fast. Please let me know if you have any other questions or concerns. Hope this helps.
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