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06-29-2014 08:40 PM
owens91 When I see her eating too fast I take her bowl away for like 5 mins then give it back. Seems to stay down that way. Will she always eat thjs way?
06-29-2014 08:04 PM
Gretchen
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She could just be eating too fast then drinks a bunch of water. Try to slow her eating down they have special bowls at pet stores. Or stick a rock in her bowl. Sounds like she's just inhaling food too fast


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This happens to one of our cats, she eats too fast.

Can you hand feed or think of some other way to slow down the eating to rule this out?
06-29-2014 07:26 PM
kr16 I always ask this question first. Is it vomit or regurgitation? Google the difference.
06-29-2014 06:20 PM
mydogs She could just be eating too fast then drinks a bunch of water. Try to slow her eating down they have special bowls at pet stores. Or stick a rock in her bowl. Sounds like she's just inhaling food too fast


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06-29-2014 05:51 PM
Sunflowers I hope it is not megaesophagus.

Canine Megaesophagus, Aspiration Pneumonia & Myasthenia Gravis


It could also be an allergy to the type of protein she is eating. Try switching to a different protein
06-29-2014 04:15 PM
owens91
vomiting after eating

ok so this has been happening a couple times recently and i don't know the cause of it. but sometimes after she eats she would throw up, now it looks like she don't even chew her food because everything looks the same, i notice that this mostly happens when she drinks alot of water at once, now im not sure its because she drinks a bunch and don't chew her food or to think other wise, what do some of you think

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