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Old 08-11-2018, 09:08 PM
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I would put things away which she has eaten before, my dog was a chewer but didnt swallow things, even so I became very careful about not leaving anything in her reach she could chew & poss choke on. She even gets things out of my bag, but now she brings them to me, instead of chewing them. That is cz I ve trained her to do that. Also sometimes the throat can become inflamed & once theyve puked they can be more prone to puking. If your interested in a natural aid try google "your old dog. a complete guide to natural & holistic dog care- marshmellow root & how to safely use it for dogs." The old dog part is the sight name, Im not implying your dogs old. My cat had an issue with gulping her food & regurgitating it. This stemmed from having other animals present at feed time. I had to feed her seperately. Small amounts of food is key. This product helps aswell in her water bowl. Its in the product calked DOKTA healing tonic. It helps with sick tummys even fevers.
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