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Discussion in 'Puppy Forum' started by dogowner1990, Nov 14, 2014.

  1. dogowner1990

    dogowner1990 New Member Registered

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    hi everybody i am new in this forum and also i am a new dog owner
    i have a three months staffordshire puppy ,the problem is that my puppy 3 week ago i noticed that he get sleemer and he start throwing up his meals but this throwing up is not all the time maybe one or two time a day but not all the days some days he don't throw up and my puppy is very active he play all the time but the problem is his Weight and the throwing up problem
    so please please please help me i don't know what to do
     
  2. chelynnah

    chelynnah Whippet Servant Registered

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    How many meals a day are you feeding him? At his age I would still be feeding him 3 smaller meals a day rather than one big one. This will help him digest it better, and hopefully that's the problem. However it might be worth having him checked out by a vet to rule out any other issues.

    One of our dogs had an issue like this and kept getting ill as a puppy, and she needed smaller meals more often for a while, as well as a less rich brand of dog food. The food we had her on (Pedigree) was just too rich for her tummy. She did outgrow this and was able to eat pretty much anything as an adult (including things she shouldn't) with no issues.

    Prior to getting her we had always fed our dogs once a day. After her we changed to twice a day which is generally better for them.
     

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