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Q. Panting shaking throwing up one time. She was fine up to 1 hour ago. She has had urinary tract infection about 5 mo ago. What can I give her 6 yr old

Answered By
CLAUDIA FIORAVANTI

A. If it has just happened once and she seems quite bright and well in herself otherwise you can starve/rest her
stomach for a few hours, offer a small amount of water in the meantime and later on some chicken and rice. A small portion and see if she would keep it down, monitor for diarrhoea. If more vomiting should occurr then definitely have her checked over by your vet. Chicken should be just plain white boiled meat no skin no bones.


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