I am sorry your girl had so much trouble.
Raw food can also be hard on her GI tract.
For vomiting she can have a half a pepsid (famatodine) every ten hours.
Here are some recipes:
http://tedeboy.tripod.com/drmichaelwfox/id19.html this supplement can be fed as a regular diet
Some recipes here
http://www.lowchensaustralia.com/HEALTH/diet2.htm some regular and some for health issues
Purina DCO - has a fiber content between maintenance foods and w/d - it is around 7% fiber (w/d is around 15%)
---Eukanuba Optimum weight control
Here are a few other web pages with useful information:
Diarrhea is caused by parasites or GI upsets or stress:
Your girl can have Immodium or kayopectate:
I would pick up any raw dog food when she has diarrhea or vomiting.Try a small amount of boiled chicken with all fat drained off, chop meat , or baby food with no onion, beef, turkey, etc add cooked white rice or infant rice cereal.
Go very slow so she does not throw it up.
Dogs get dehydrated and hypoglycemic very easily from diarrhea.
Add unflavored pedialyte to her water 50/50 to hydrate her and balance her electrolytes.
Put a drop of pancake syrup on her tongue to raise her blood sugar in case she is a bit hypoglycemic. That should perk her up.
Do not allow her to drink a lot at a time sIf he throws up water, she can lick ice
Keep her on that very light diet of boiled chicken or baby food for 48 hours after the stool is normal.
Also give her one teaspoon a day of plain yogurt to keep "good" bacteria in her system.
If she develops any abdominal pain, bloating, constipation or cannot keep anything down she needs to be seen by a vet.
Please let me know how she is doing. I will always be here for you
I hope your baby feels better very soon..
Best wishes for her,