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Old January 14th, 2003, 08:33 PM
rachelg75 rachelg75 is offline
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two dogs

We have 2 dogs a 4 yr old scotty and a 5 month old english bulldog. The scotty has a history of upset stomachs, she has been to the vet numerous times but it has been determined that she gets sick if her stomach gets too empty... So the scotty (with the tummy probs), got sick a bit this morning after refusing to eat her breakfast. She ate dinner and seems ok, but now tonight the bulldog has begun vomiting. Can they have some sort of stomach virus or something? (we will take them to the vet tomorrow but just wanted an opinion in the mean time). Thanks
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Old January 16th, 2003, 07:51 PM
clarence clarence is offline
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Hmmm. Tricky one given the Scotty's history.

I'd say stomach virus is a possibility, but it could just be a coincidence.

BUT WAY BETTER safe than sorry.

You are doing the right thing taking then to the vet.

Clarence
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