Hello and welcome to Just Answer. have you seen any of the squeaker come out in either the stool or emisis?
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Hello, your alternate information just came through.
no sign of anything
Two weeks is a long time not to see any part of the squeaker so a vet visit is a good idea for an x ray. It may be a small piece lodged in the stomach that is not passing through or there could be a piece irritating the lining of the stomach
could that be why he throws up every morning
if what you are seeing is bile (stomach acid) and not actual food then he may just have a bit of acid reflux in which you can try some pepcid before bedtime I will get you information on this with dosing. However you don't want to mask sypmtoms either if the squeaker is at the route of the problem. Feeding small meals throughout the day will help with reflux as well rather than one big meal
If you have been watching his stool and know nothing came out then it is worth seeing your vet
ok....thank you. what is the dosage for the pepcid for my dog who weighs 65 lbs
it is listed in the site I sent you here is the quote from this site.The typical dose administered is 0.25 to 0.5 mg per pound (0.5 to 1.0 mg/kg) every 12 to 24 hours.
that would be per pound of the dogs body weight
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I guess thats all for now.
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