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For the past 2 days the Twins have been throwing up everything they have been eating. Nothing has changed, the weather is actually cooler with less humidity and their food is the same. The playing, sleeping, loving has not slowed down but it seems right after they eat, within an hour it all comes back up.

We were feeding Benefical but are going to switch it to Purinea One, which I always feed my chihuahua.

Again their activity level is the same if not a little higher due to it not being as hot ouside so does anyone have any ideas what might be causing this?

I would probably be less worried if it was just one of the Twins but both of them???????
 

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Hmm...let me know if the food change helps. A friend of mine has a pug that had some stomach problems this past week and was also eating the same food. He was going to start feeding him some new food with rice to see if that helps. I will find out tomorrow how he is doing.

Hope they are feeling better soon!
 

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Strange, maybe they have a bug of some sort, or is the food off? A visit to the vets will be needed if it continues.
 

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Tammy -- are they gulping their food down? You might try putting down just a little bit, waiting a while and then giving them a bit more. If the same thing happens, then obviously a different problem. If they have been eating the same food all along and are just now having a problem, I would doubt it was the food. Not sure it is a good idea to start a food transition if they are having some kind of digestive problem -- might be worth a call to the vet, especially if you have a vet you can talk to on the phone without having to go in for a visit. If the slow feeding doesn't help, then I would definitely try the vet check.
 

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I think it was the gulping down of the food. I use to keep their food bowl half full---remember I had a chihuahua prior and she would go through a 5lb bag every six months /forums/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/laugh.gif ......So far today no chucking!

They are going in to get fixed next week so I will for sure talk to the vet if the slow feeding doesn't help!
 

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UPDATE!!!!

The not filling the full bowl has helped but I also discovered today that the apple trees in the backyard that did not bloom much this spring did in fact produce some apples. Seems between the mini apples I am finding all over the backyard and the tomatoes they have been stealing, they may have had good reason to have stomach upset!
 
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