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ramoscl
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Female Join date : 2012-09-06
Location : San Diego, CA

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PostSubject: ate, ran out the front door, yelped in pain, then puked   ate, ran out the front door, yelped in pain, then puked EmptyWed Dec 17, 2014 12:55 pm

I fed rusty his 1 1/2 cups of dry food. He ate like normal, slow and steady. Front door wasn't shut tight and he opened the screen door and let himself out. He immediately took off running, zoomie style. He normally will run laps up and down our street and it's a pain in the butt to get him to come back in but today he got 2 houses up the street, Yelped in pain and came right back to me. I got him in the house and tried to see what was hurt, I figured he stepped on something. But he promptly puked all his breakfast up. now he's laying on the floor and doesn't want to eat. can it be bloat if he puked food? I'm worried
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PostSubject: Re: ate, ran out the front door, yelped in pain, then puked   ate, ran out the front door, yelped in pain, then puked EmptyWed Dec 17, 2014 1:22 pm

ok he's not refusing treats lol, and he did stand up and wag his tail for my son. so maybe he ran into the tree hurt himself and the bang on the head made him nauseous. he was cover in pine needles and i saw the tree shaking right after the yelp. silly husky
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PostSubject: Re: ate, ran out the front door, yelped in pain, then puked   ate, ran out the front door, yelped in pain, then puked EmptyWed Dec 17, 2014 1:29 pm

I think bloat prevents vomiting...

http://pets.webmd.com/dogs/gastric-volvulus-bloat-dogs-life-threatening-emergency

Sounds like you do have a silly husky bounce
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PostSubject: Re: ate, ran out the front door, yelped in pain, then puked   ate, ran out the front door, yelped in pain, then puked EmptyWed Dec 17, 2014 2:02 pm

ok now he's barking at me because i'm on the phone. he's fine. I think must have just given himself a really good blow to the head running into that tree. he's a ding dong.
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PostSubject: Re: ate, ran out the front door, yelped in pain, then puked   ate, ran out the front door, yelped in pain, then puked EmptyWed Dec 17, 2014 5:52 pm

A girl I went to school with used to puke every time she rolled her ankle or hurt herself. Must have been her bodies natural reflex to pain because she was never injured in a long term manor. It would just scare her and she would puke. Glad he's okay.

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