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How does she seem to be doing on the W/D food?
Is she getting any treats or bones?
You mentioned she puts everything in her mouth could she have gotten something that she should not have eaten?
Doe she get any table scraps?
What food is she normally on?
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Thank-you for the information. The two issues that come to mind that may be happening is if she is picking up things in the yard that is a common source of upsetting the stomach. Eating items not supposed to will cause the vomiting. Dogs actually will eat sweet grass when their stomach is upset to cause vomiting.
The other issue is she may have a sensitive stomach and may not be able to tolerate the normal protein sources. We see this problem quite often and have to change the protein source. Natural Balance Dog food has Limited ingredient foods with novel protein sources. Venison, Bison, Salmon, Rabbit and Duck. These will sometimes work better because of they cater to the sensitive stomach. Natural Balance sensitive stomach would be the next option I would try. I would also cut done the meals and feed smaller meals throughout the day. This can make it easier to digest and help with the vomiting. I would add a probiotic like Forte Flora to aid with digestion. Last I would do 1/4 of a Pepcid A/c every 12 hours to cut down on the bile. This should also help. No table food or snacks. Many of the snacks sold are really bad for the dogs and more natural snack made at home is better.
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