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  • in reply to: Slimy drool and regurgitation #81899 Report Abuse
    Todd G
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    Thanks for the fast response Elaine! Harvey has been on metronidazole before (and possibly amoxicillin, can’t remember for sure), when he had some more severe digestive issues and was having difficulty keeping any food down at all. Those haven’t recurred for a year or so, and he’s eating normally. (He and his iron-stomached one-year-old full brother both eat a mix of two DFA-recommended dry foods, one 4-star and one 5-star.) But the morning water regurgitation seems to have increased a bit lately.

    Luckily, he is otherwise healthy and not losing weight, so I don’t think it’s an urgent problem, but it seems like the sort of thing that could run the risk of long-term damage if left untreated, so I have a call in to our vet.

    Thanks so much for for the feedback and for writing your original post. It was a relief to see someone else describing the same symptoms our little buddy is having.

    in reply to: Slimy drool and regurgitation #81893 Report Abuse
    Todd G
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    Hi Paula (and Elaine, if applicable), can you tell me what sort of treatment regimen did you use to treat your dog’s mega-esophagus? The symptoms Elaine describes sound exactly like my 3-year-old Goldendoodle’s. I’m going to ask my vet about the condition but would appreciate any input regarding your experience.

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