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1) Are you seeing hairballs with each vomit?2) Any changes in her food or diet? any human food? new treats? new flavor of food?3) What steps are you taking to prevent the hairballs, if any?4) How long has this persistent vomiting gone on?
If she is unable to hold anything down, she needs to be examined and some diagnostics performed to see if there is a cause or if there is a problem, such as a partial blockage from fur. To help with this in general, consider brushing her daily with a furminator and then a zoom groom brush. This will remove any coat to be shed. Additionally, you can also give hairball remedy, such as laxatone up to once daily to help hairballs move through the GI tract. Definitely keep up with the hairball food.
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