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Q. My 3 year old dog started throwing up this morning a few times within a couple hours and she acted fine then about 8 hours later she vomited again.

A. If there are no other symptoms then try starving for 12 hours and then gradually reintroduce a bland diet such as chicken and rice. Still offer small amount of water. If the vomiting continues or she is showing other symptoms such as excessive lethargy or passing blood then you should see your vet as soon as possible.

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JULIA HENWOOD

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