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Hi, I can help you with your question. The drooling is likely due to nausea.
It's not normal for her signs to continue this long.
I'm worried about the possibility of pancreatitis, gastroenteritis, GI ulceration, or even intestinal parasites.
I recommend having her evaluated by your local vet. I would start with a physical exam and blood work, specifically a cPL test. I would also like you to bring a stool sample to be checked for parasites, and I would consider x-rays depending on her physical.
After this, we may have a diagnosis. We can use an anti-vomiting anti-nausea medication like Cerenia and anti-diarrheal medication like metronidazole. In the meantime, I would continue with small amounts of boiled white rice and boiled chicken.
As I said, it could be due to many different things including pancreatitis, gastroenteritis, GI ulceration, or even intestinal parasites. Yes, it is possible this is related to the ingestion of a bone.
It measures canine pancreatic lipase, an enzyme specific to the pancreas. An elevated measurement is consistent with pancreatitis.
As long as she has stool in her rectum they can obtain it. However, since she has had diarrhea that might be inconsistent. It would be best to bring a fresh sample with you from home. That would test for parasites.