Stop all food and water for at least 6 hours. Slowly begin with crushed ice chips or a small amount of salt-free broth. If that is held down after 3 hours, repeat. After 3 more hours, give a very small amount of boiled chicken. Repeat 3 hours later. If the problem is still gone, slowly start back on regular diet, giving 3-4 small meals per day instead of 1 large one for at least 2 days. If vomiting is accompanied by lethargy, fever, shaking, or obvious signs of discomfort see your vet immediately!
Source: Lebanon Animal Hospital gave us this advice for our dog, Rogue (in pet contest!) and the STOP SLOW BLAND method got her back on track in 2 days.
By Carol from Lebanon, TN
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My dog has been vomiting for about 2 days on and off. It initially started out as A LOT of food. So, we thought it was because he gorged himself.
I just got a puppy on May 28, she wouldn't eat or drink on that following day. Then out of the blue, she drank milk, it caused her too poop and vomit.