Hi again Erin,
Thank you for your prompt reply. Hopefully this is the only vomiting she will have over night, but you will need to keep watch of her if you can. Continue with Daisy's meds as prescribed in the morning and the food that the Vet has give you for your girl. For tonight, make sure Daisy has plenty of fresh water available. If her thirst does pick up and she has a good drink, but then vomits up this fluid within the next hour or two, there is a real worry she could become dehydrated again. If this becomes the case, then you will need get Daisy seen again first thing in the morning for a follow up examination and likely more IV fluids.
It is likely your Vet has got Daisy on some gastroprotectants. If Daisy isn't on any thing like this that you are aware of, you could consider giving her a little Pepcid. The typical dose for this type of scenario is 0.25mg per pound of body weight up to twice daily. You can read more about the use of pepcid in dogs online here: http://www.petplace.com/drug-library/famotidine
If she has any food available to her right now, put this out of her reach until the morning, then try her on this again. If Daisy doesn't settle in the next hour or two, or if the vomiting continues, then you are best to play
it safe and get her along to your local ER Vet tonight if at all possible.
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Best of luck with Daisy and please keep in touch with her progress if you get a chance.
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