I have a 1 year old American Bulldog that has been vomiting since about 4 months old. I have taken her to the vet several times and x-rays showed no foreign objects. I was feeding her diamond naturals large breed puppy until about 6-7 months old then switched her to the large breed adult formula. She has never been consistent on her eating times no matter how strict I feed her. The vomiting occurs in the morning after being awake for a little while. Thinking it may be her food I switched her to Nutro Max large breed. With negative results. The only thing that keeps her from vomiting in the morning is giving her Famotadine when she wakes up. I recently thought of changing her food to pro plan sensitive stomach. Has anyone else had this problem? The vet has yet to come up with a solution other than medication.Mom2CavsMember
It may be she needs a snack before going to bed at night. I do this with my dogs because one of my Cavaliers would have a queasy/gurgly stomach in the morning and sometimes vomit bile. I just give a small amt. (tblsp.) of their kibble to them right before bedtime. It hasn’t happened since I started doing this.theBCnutMember
My younger Border Collie used to do that as a puppy. He had IBS and food intolerances. We took him off all chicken and grains, put him on a high protein, moderate fat, low carb diet and have not seen any of the stomach symptoms again since. Try Earthborn Holisic Grain Free or Nature’s variety Instinct or even Canidae Pure. Just make sure you read the ingredients list because they all have formulas with chicken too. Good luck! Food intolerances can be a bear to work out, if that’s what it is.Mom2CavsMember
Duh…like Pattyvaughn said, I also cut out the poultry from their diet along with giving them the snack so maybe that helped, too.danm787Member
I have tried feeding her later at night for her last feeding but I will try to give her a snack when she goes to bed. I do not think it is the poultry since the food prior to this was lamb. ThankstheBCnutMember
The ones I mentioned are grain free.
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