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Q. The last few days my Cairn Terrier has been vomiting after he eats. We always have him lay down for an hour or so after eating...

A. If it is a new problem and the food is undigested it could be due to a blockage or inflammation of the oesophagus. Sometimes dogs can vomit if they have eaten too quickly. If there are other symptoms such as lethargy or straining to pass faeces or diarrhea then you should have a check up with your vet.

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JULIA HENWOOD

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