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Q. Hello. My dog recently has started eating beneful originals, probably about two weeks ago and is now throwing up every day. Please help

A. Sounds like a food sensitivity, possibly an allergy. I would be check the food to make sure it doesn't appear to be bad.

I would switch your dog immediately to a different food, preferably a good quality, pet specialty store brand.

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KATIE SHANNON

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