Oct 14, 2002, 4:56 AM
Post #18 of 21
My Vet said nothing was wrong witth Axel as he looked fine. But he did vomit on saturday morning. I didnt feed him after that (his normal feed is at 7am), and then he vomitted yellow bile at about 10am.
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took him to the Vet and my Vet asked us to feed him with Science Diet- Prescription i/d (u can read more abt it here http://www.hillspet.com/...rescription_diet.jsp)
"For the Nutritional Management of Pets with Gastrointestinal Disorders
Gastrointestinal (GI) disorders affect the stomach and intestines, causing painful symptoms and problems with your dog’s overall health. Some of the more common symptoms include vomiting, regurgitation, flatulence, weakness, diarrhea or constipation. Prescription Diet® Canine i/d® was developed to help manage dogs with GI disorders. There are several types of GI disorders that affect dogs, including colitis, constipation/diarrhea, gastroenteritis and pancreatitis. "
anyway we FINALLY found out what was wrong with him!! he didnt vomit after eating that yesterday, but today in his stool, i found this long piece of pillow stuffing mixed with grass roots, and lots of threads (like from a mop) which is from his squeaky dog toy(it all came out in soft stool form), and he is fine now! (he had ingested the pillow stuffing abt a week ago, but we thought he didnt eat much!!)
So thats why he was eating grass to vomit it out, but he couldnt, because the amount was quite big! With Axel, he was eating his kibble but he was vomitting 10 hours after eating, and about 10-20% of the food will come out, all digested, and the other 80-90% comes out as hard stools. So there was no way for this pillow stuffing and all to come out in hard stool.
so the food made his stool soft when his stool is normaly hard like van houten.
ps- my vet is brilliant and we sent him a mocha chocolate cake!