Good Morning and welcome! I am Dr. Loretta, a licensed veterinarian and I am happy to answer your question.
Many of these wild berries contain cyanide that can be toxic to your sweet Bindi. This will cause a digestive disturbance, which you are seeing now with Bindi. Since there is not any vomiting, this may resolve with the following treatment:
Fast Bindi for 12-24 hrs which she is doing herself to allow the digestive tract to calm down and heal.
Give her Pepcid AC or Famotidine at 0.5 mg per pound every 8 hrs. That can be purchased over the counter at the pharmacy.
Give only small amounts of water during the fast or ice cubes
After the fast, feed rice and boiled chicken (2/1)
If the symptoms have resolved, then wean Bindi back onto regular food. If the they persist especially during the fast, take your sweet Bindi to your vet for an exam and lab work to determine the cause for this. This is extremely important since this can cause dehydration or other more serious concerns such as a cyanide poison or metabolic issues that would require veterinary attention.
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