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Old July 21st, 2011, 11:45 PM
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no, no sypmtoms of nausea. other than vomiting yesterday (we gave her salmon for the first time, so that might have done it).
Good she isn't showing any symptoms, it was just a one time thing

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vet said she wasn't dehydrated which is good. she is now drinking from the fountain
awesome

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last night bedtime she looked really hungry so we fed her and she inhaled half the food, then stopped lol. this morning she had another solid eating (after 2 foods). So w'ell see tonight. if she's good tonight she might be getting her appetite back.

we also went and got 10 more other foods that are ok for her to eat so we have some backups for when she doesn't eat.
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