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How long has this been going on?
Has there been any vomiting?
Has the dog been eating and drinking normally?
Has Millie eaten any non food items such as toys, bones, rawhides, greenies?
Has Millie eaten any human food, if so what?
Thank you for that information. The fact that she is vomiting as well as having diarrhea and not eating normally does suggest something is wrong and it is not your typical 48 hour virus. What you are describing are symptoms of a blockage and that can come from any non food item including grass eating.
I know this may not be what you want to hear bet a physical at this time is strongly recommended because the symptoms can be one of many things. Parasite or protazoa can cause what you are seeing as well.
She is probably drinking more because she is feeling dehydrated from the vomiting and diarrhea. Try to add some children's pedialyte to the water to help keep her hydrated/
I would be checking her gums and other vital signs at home and looking for fever. I am going to find a link that will take you though that
What is Normal in dogs
If there has been no change of food, which can cause this if done too fast, and since it has been going on for a couple of weeks it is time to have your vet take a look.
In looking up your breeds prone illnesses I see they are prone to Chronic active Hepatitis which would also show signs of vomiting, diarrhea, loss of appetite and excessive drinking. So you do want to be sure what you are dealing with as it is beyond the point of what you can do or have done at home.
I would take her to an emergency vet
Hang in there and keep me posted.