|09-18-2013 03:39 PM|
|mbussinger166||My Husky did this like clockwork. Everyday at around 0830 in the morning he would begin heaving (even after eating breakfast). It got to the point I didn't even have to tell him, he would walk into the kitchen so he wouldn't make a mess on the carpet. When I started feeding him his last meal a little later in the evening the Bile issues stopped.|
|09-18-2013 02:10 PM|
Thanks for all the great replies guys, makes me feel a bit better to know Zelda isn't the only one. And she hasn't done it since.
Perhaps GSD's just have especially sensitive stomachs?
|09-17-2013 12:08 AM|
Ammo does the same thing if he misses a meal. As long as he doesn't miss one he is fine.
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|09-16-2013 11:50 PM|
|Neko||We feed smaller meals 3 times a day to avoid the bile and it works great.|
|09-16-2013 11:39 PM|
|cci058||Maverick did the same thing. It got so bad we went back to feeding 3x per day, with a night time snack. It was an empty stomach.....|
|09-16-2013 12:47 PM|
|Wolfiesmom||Probably an empty stomach. Wolfie vomits bile in the morning if I don;t give him a handful of cookies at bed time to hold him over until morning. The vet said this was normal and the cookies seem to be doing the trick.|
|09-16-2013 11:58 AM|
yeah she is very itchy for sure!! she also showing some skin issues like a breakouts . i notice that when she is playing or running she stops just to scratch or leak her end .. I am changing food again to Acana salmon.. I am so tired of changing food ..
|09-16-2013 11:36 AM|
Gosh, yes. The runny nose before it happens and the posture is so pathetic. I can't stand to see that happening to my regal boy!
Could be something about the food, too.
Hans gets the yellow bile if he eats bones.
But if your dog is eating chicken, try something else. Mine inevitably gets itchy and runny eyes from chicken, which is a shame, because he loves it.
|09-16-2013 11:20 AM|
|Sammi13||OMG I am paddling in this boat too..I hate to see her face when she is doing that. I am not sure if this has something to do with food Intolerance but what i do is i give her something to eat after i get out from bed i just go to the fridge and then to her crate , i also feed her late at night 1 meal at 8:30pm and the other at 7:15am ohh and i always leave food after she eat in the morning , i have an IP camera and i monitor her from work i can see her going in and eating..|
|09-16-2013 10:19 AM|
Had that problem with Ilda post spay/pexie surgery. The vet advised giving her plain Pepcid AC before bedtime in the evening, it helped a lot.
Please contact your vet for proper dosage as I don't recall at the moment what dosage.....
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