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Hello! :wave: I'm new here from the Philippines. My furbaby's name is Kanchi, pug, almost 2yrs old.

I just am worried.. Earlier this morning kanchi is very active and playful, its her usual and daily routine. wake up around 4:30am, have her breakfast, play until 6am.

She rest and sleep around that time, then she woke up after 30mins and starts pacing then vomit (white color and looks like a saliva).

I'm worried as she seems like down and lonely and not active::dog-cry:

Is it usual for a pug to be active and the next is not?

I gave her, her favorite food and she ate it.. just that i am really worried.. can someone help me?? please??
 

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Hello! :wave: I'm new here from the Philippines. My furbaby's name is Kanchi, pug, almost 2yrs old.

I just am worried.. Earlier this morning kanchi is very active and playful, its her usual and daily routine. wake up around 4:30am, have her breakfast, play until 6am.

She rest and sleep around that time, then she woke up after 30mins and starts pacing then vomit (white color and looks like a saliva).

I'm worried as she seems like down and lonely and not active::dog-cry:

Is it usual for a pug to be active and the next is not?

I gave her, her favorite food and she ate it.. just that i am really worried.. can someone help me?? please??

Has she vomited since yesterday?

When she threw up was it before or after her breakfast? Had she just drank a lot of water?

Was the vomit tinged with yellow?

If she hadn't eaten before vomiting I think it might have been what's called hunger pukes. When some dog's stomachs get completely empty it gets upset and will throw up, my own dog does it. It's nothing to be worried about and the easiest way to stop them from doing it is to feed them a snack right before bed, and divide their meals up and feed them at least 2x a day.

If she vomited after she ate it could be a few things going on and I wouldn't worry just yet. Keep an eye on her and if she keeps on throwing up or seems sick take her to the vet and get her checked out.
 
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