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My 13 week female Doberman has vomited about 5 times since I got her at 8 weeks old but not food it's just water and alittle of white foam. Has anyone else encountered this? Can it be the snow she keeps eating outside ?
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any diarrhea?

Has she seen the vet already? Did you bring up this issue?
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Vet, ASAP. Could be parvo, keep her hydrated!


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No diarrhea and she got her parvovirus shot .
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Is it between meals. Could be her stomach is empty. How many meals is she eating a day and how often?
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She eats 3 times a day but I honestly think its the snow she eats it .
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Some Pups can still get parvo after the shots. I've fostered a litter of pups who had 2 sets of their shots, including parvo and all died due to parvo. Just keep an eye on her. If she gets weak, starts bleeding from the rectum or anything out of the ordinary. Get her to a vet. Rather take a chance then be sad u didnt. Good luck.


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But she is not vomiting excessively only once today
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Oh okay. Well that's different. Sorry I read the post wrong. Could be upset stomach. Empty stomach. She might be hungry even tho she eats 3 times a day. Watch to see how she eats. Quickly or slowly. My girl rarely vomits if she eats real fast and then drinks a ton of water. Just watery foam will come up.


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I would talk to the vet about it. I think Elka has vomited 5 or 8 times total in her 3 1/2 years. Things like foam are a thing to watch out for in the case of blockage or bloat (though I guess if it's been like, once a day, over a few weeks, that isn't likely the problem).

What are the circumstances of the vomit (sentences you never thought you'd type....)? Is it after she's run around like a nut for a little while, and drunk some water? Is it in the morning, before she's eaten? In the evening, before she's eaten? After a walk? Try to keep her from eating snow and see if it stops for any length of time. I guess there's no time like the present to train "Leave it"!

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vomiting can contribute to dehydration, and that's something to be aware of as well. i would definitely talk to the vet.
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It's happened usually at night after she's woken up from a nap. She has all her usual puppy energy and eats normally everyday . Her stomach doesn't seem to be bloated. I stop her from eating snow and see how it goes.
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I know dehydration but she's not vomiting like every day multiple times a day it's like maybe once a week and that's it .
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Ill talk to my vet about it thanks for all help
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roundworms are another possibility to check out...the first worming doesn't usually get them all.

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My daughter's Mastiff puppy got sick very suddenly. Not many symptoms prior. Ended up she had Parvo. They also think she got it FROM the vet's office. They saved her, but man was it costly. Also, they are never sure what the long term damage can be. If the vomiting gets worse and dog is lethargic do NOT hesitate to get it to the vet.
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Mike, our Porter used to vomit just like you're describing if he would eat a lot of snow. I also let him have a bite of my popsicle once and he did it also... I could only chalk it up to him ingesting really cold stuff. I have a friend whose lab does the same thing. Hope she's okay...I certainly don't know more than a lot of folks here, but I can just tell you that Porter did the same thing even at 10 years old, and he was okay. Sounds like you know what to look for if things start going downhill!
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sounds like empty stomach

if it's kinda of foamy; clearish stuff; if she's eating; and pooping fine; she's probably ok. Give you breeder a call and see what they say...responsible breeders are a wealth of information.

How many parvo shots has she had? They should have 3 sets of shots.

Being in Montreal; there's a lot of dogs an exposure; so you want to be careful (I'm in Montreal too)

anyways let me know if there's anything I can do to help.

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Thanks Katherine I really think it nothing she's been fine all night and all morning eating normally and more than usual energy. She's really tiring me out lol.
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Maybe an excess of acid in the stomach? Chase kept throwing up thick white foamy goop after drinking water, sometimes his entire breakfast. Tried elevating the water, no luck. Went to the vet to rule out major problems, he needed to go on Pepcid AC for a few weeks.

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I have seen the sort of vomiting described by the OP from both my dogs, usually as a result of consuming large amounts of cold water, or after they have eaten ice cubes.

It's actually pretty common, from what I have read.

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