My one year old lab is in heat for her second time. She does urinate and drink water but in between urinating she is squatting a lot and no urine comes out. I chalked this up to her being uncomfortable because of the heat cycle but now she is vomiting. She doesn't vomit everything she eats, but it's worrying me a great deal. Anyone have an ideas of what could be wroong? Is it possible that this is part of her heat cycle? I highly doubt pregnancy as she is closely watched and has not been exposed to any in tact or nuetered males.
This sounds like a possibly serious medical emergency. It's nothing to do with her heat cycle. I'm wondering if bladder stones are the culprit and are blocking the flow of urine. That definitely is a life-threatening emergency, so get her to a vet NOW.
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