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|04-18-2014 08:07 PM|
|Redrider469||My girl does the same if she goes more than 12 hours without eating. She used to need feed ever eight hours so I guess we're making progress.|
|04-18-2014 04:37 PM|
If a handful of kibble doesn't work you might want to try more of a "meal" (not actually feed more but spread the amount over more feedings).
If that doesn't work try mixing a bit of water with it.
Our gal has this problem unusually bad..up until recently she could only go 5-6 hours without being fed (we're hoping she finally outgrew it).
|04-17-2014 11:46 PM|
I give a handful of kibble before bed as well..... And quickly feed my girl when she awakens in the morning
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|04-17-2014 03:51 PM|
Eiros...ditto. I give a small snack at 9-10 at night, and a tablespoon of yogurt with both morning and evening meals...the yellow bile is rarely a problem now. Not sure of the yogurt does anything, but the night snack was definitely recommended by the vet.
Very cute puppy!
|04-17-2014 03:45 PM|
|Eiros||Whatever works for you. What are you feeding your dog? Kibble digests at a slower rate than the raw. I feed raw in the morning/afternoon, then he gets kibble at night to hold him over. He get's his last kibble snack at 9 or 10pm, but that's what worked for me.|
|04-17-2014 03:42 PM|
|Madisonmj97||So whats a better time to feed him?|
|04-17-2014 03:37 PM|
Originally Posted by Madisonmj97 View Post
|04-17-2014 03:33 PM|
Puppy throwing up yellow liquid?...
Put puppy in cage this morning and heard him making weird sounds and he looked like he was about to throw up so I take him out the crate and put him on a puppy pad and he pukes up bright yellow vomit... then a couple other times this morning but not as much of it. Anyone know what could've caused this??