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Hey my dog has been puking in the morning. It hs happened about 3 times now over the past three weeks. Its always been foamy, yellow with a redish tint. He is having no other problems. Using the bathroom just fine and no problems eating or drinking. Heard it could be from stomach inactivity, he is about 16 weeks old.
 

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Yellow foamy bile can be from hunger but the red tinge would worry me and I'd want a vet to look at that.
 

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Yellow foamy bile can be from hunger but the red tinge would worry me and I'd want a vet to look at that.
yeah, im going to give it a couple days and see if he does it again and if so bring him in. Just trying to see if anyone here has had it before. Like I said when it happens its only in the am and only one time.
 

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Does it happen before he's fed or after? If before, I'd give him a small snack last thing at night. But as Joanne says, the red would be a concern.
 

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Does it happen before he's fed or after? If before, I'd give him a small snack last thing at night. But as Joanne says, the red would be a concern.
Yeah it happens in the am before he is fed. We looked and he goes about 13 hrs between dinner and breakfast.
 

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Are you feeding him just twice a day? It might be better to try three meals, possibly with a bedtime biscuit. What breed (or at least size) is he?
 

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Are you feeding him just twice a day? It might be better to try three meals, possibly with a bedtime biscuit. What breed (or at least size) is he?
We are feeding him three times. About 7:45 am, 11:30am and 6pm
 

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Like I said, maybe a little something at bedtime. What size / breed is he? I ask because smaller dogs need more frequent food to regulate their blood sugar too.
 

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Like I said, maybe a little something at bedtime. What size / breed is he? I ask because smaller dogs need more frequent food to regulate their blood sugar too.
He is a 16 week old pure bred pitbull dog.
 
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