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Q. Our dog started vomiting yesterday. Took her to vet. They xrayed and examined her plus gave her fluids for dehydration. Still not eating.

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A. Sounds like your pet has some serious internal condition going on . X-rays are to look for things like a foreign body or an overly enlarged organ. However I would recommend asking your vet for bloodwork at this point to see if there is any organ malfunction going on that would be undetected with and x-ray. This is the next best step towards finding out what is happening with your pet. And a follow up visit is needed to look for other medical treatments to get your pet feeling better.
I am also available for a consult if you would like to give more details and discuss further.

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