Join Date: Feb 2006
Location: Central Florida
LoveEcho (I LOVE Echo's name, my Canine Soul Mate was named Echo!!!) ... this is just a suggestion, keep something like Gas-X on hand at all times "just in case" and give him one or two if you even suspect that he has bloat and then get him to the vet as soon as possible if he's still acting uncomfortable. Just as an FYI, I've always found that vomiting white foam/froth is almost a sure fire signal of a major gastric problem including bloat.
Gayle, Faith, Ledgie, Scooby
At the Bridge: Andy, Abbey, Tasha, Tex, Echo, Yukon, JR, Too, Niki, Bo, Ringer, Kelly, Honey, Mac, Slider & Bruiser