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Q. My dog is throwing up what looks like bike but has the consistency of raw eggs she has done this several times today

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A. Sounds like your dog isn't feeling well and may have eaten something they're not supposed to. It would help to try and figure out what the dog could of eaten or what changed in the dog's routine. I would recommend seeing a vet. Monitor for lack of appetite and no interesting in drinking. If vomiting with diarrhea happens go to the vet or emergency vet. Not nothing what the dog could of done or eaten makes the situation a little more tricky because we can't tell how serious it could be. If it was something toxic or something that won't pass in a bowel movement it's better to take the dog into the vet now.

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