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Q. She is 10 lb Pom and she ate a soup bone yesterday and now she has vomited 3 times plus continues to vomit up any water she drinks.

A. You should take her to your local vets as she is probably getting dehydrated now. Your vet may recommend blood test or x-ray to make sure there is nothing serious going on, like gastrointestinal obstruction or pancreatitis.

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