I HAVE A 12 WEEK OLD TINY POODLE, EVERY COUPLE WEEKS HE GOES A DAY WITHOUT EATING,I CAN HEAR HIS STOMACH GROWLING BUT HE WON'T EAT, WELL THAT HAPPENED YESTERDAY AND TODAY HE WOKE UP READY TO EAT, THEN AFTER A FEW HOURS,HE VOMITED. HE IS VERY PLAYFUL AND IN GOOD SPIRITS AND DOESENT ACT SICK BUT I AM VERY CONCERNED
Please have his fecal checked. If no parasites are found than you may have to change your dogs diet. A low residue diet, and a low dose of Pepcid (over the counter) is a good first choice to treat IBD (imflammatory bowel disease and sensitive stomach), if this is ineffective after at least 3 weeks of a clinical trial, than food allergies or sensitivities may be the problem. There is no definitive blood test for food allergies. So you must do a food trial in order to determine what your dog may be allergic to.
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