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Q. My dog won't eat. I think she's affraid after vomitting many times from, I believe toxins. I don't know which ones. Nothing showed up in blood tests

A. She can be afraid of feeling neusea after eating. Ask your vet for antiemetic drug like Cerenia ( maropitant). It can help her to restore appetite. You can also mix her food with chicken soup or heat it in microwave to make it more palatable.

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ZANETA KRASON

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