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I don't think it has to do with the dog's tummy at all. This is what I believe it to be... "motion sickness due to issues with inner ear"
Check the symptoms and verify. https://healthypets.mercola.com/sites/h ... sease.aspx
I would suggest to view this other website for the proper dose for your pet. Hope this helps, find cheaper alternatives or generic meds.
Over the counter med: https://www.petplace.com/article/drug-l ... -and-dogs/
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Drakestar wrote:
Oct 24th, 2017 4:59 pm
Try a high quality probiotic.
Great idea on the probiotic. :-)
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TheHans wrote:
Oct 24th, 2017 8:34 pm
Great idea on the probiotic. :-)
I see this in human patients fairly often. Often following a course of antibiotics, but not always. Mostly in kids that tend not to eat a wide variety of foods (incl fermented).

Here is a nice run down that talks about ways of helping out (includes kefir:) )

http://www.dogsnaturallymagazine.com/6- ... -for-dogs/
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Saltywetguy wrote:
Oct 24th, 2017 8:16 pm
I don't think it has to do with the dog's tummy at all. This is what I believe it to be... "motion sickness due to issues with inner ear"
Check the symptoms and verify. https://healthypets.mercola.com/sites/h ... sease.aspx
I would suggest to view this other website for the proper dose for your pet. Hope this helps, find cheaper alternatives or generic meds.
Over the counter med: https://www.petplace.com/article/drug-l ... -and-dogs/
Mercola. Sigh/

Just remember science based medicine is something else, Mercola doesn't fall under that catagoey; just do your research:

I'm trying to provide Science Based Info on this otherwise empty thread;

https://sciencebasedmedicine.org/9-reas ... nd-natural

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joseph_Marcela

https://www.quackwatch.org/11Ind/mercola.html

https://www.google.com.ec/amp/s/healthy ... wsuit.aspx

And it goes on and on. There is so many lawsuits (filed and won) against Mercola; providing medical advice,
While we may not have the time, money or mindset in terms of the value of professional services (veterinary cares costs), plead take a second look at your Dr.Google resources, in concern of your pets.
I've had a couple of my posts already removed/repeated, which makes me fear of any animals' care: Just be scientific when making a clinical decision for any living animals' well being.
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I know a lady who's cat had very similar symptoms. Have you noticed anything in Miso's mouth? Her cat had some sores in his mouth and on his tongue. It came back negative for cancer and the vet thinks he developed an allergy to something. I am not too sure exactly what she said, but something about switching his food to different kind of protein (not chicken, beef or pork? might have been fish.) They switched it to duck and he is all better now :)

Edit: It wasn't duck. They switched to Venison. Vet recommended switching to unsual game meat like Kangaroo.
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MrsPotato wrote:
Oct 24th, 2017 11:12 pm
Mercola. Sigh/

Just remember science based medicine is something else, Mercola doesn't fall under that catagoey; just do your research:

I'm trying to provide Science Based Info on this otherwise empty thread;

https://sciencebasedmedicine.org/9-reas ... nd-natural

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Joseph_Marcela

https://www.quackwatch.org/11Ind/mercola.html

https://www.google.com.ec/amp/s/healthy ... wsuit.aspx

And it goes on and on. There is so many lawsuits (filed and won) against Mercola; providing medical advice,
While we may not have the time, money or mindset in terms of the value of professional services (veterinary cares costs), plead take a second look at your Dr.Google resources, in concern of your pets.
I've had a couple of my posts already removed/repeated, which makes me fear of any animals' care: Just be scientific when making a clinical decision for any living animals' well being.
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If one of my dogs had a stomach upset, he/she would be chomping down the grass outside like mad. Does she do this?

The feeding schedule seems unusual. Have you tried feeding her twice a day? Are you giving her enough food? Mix in a bit of your own food, as appropriate for dogs?

Are you feeding a high quality food such as Acana?

I would be trying the ultrasound and also re-check dental carefully, depending on her age.
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Yup, she would eat grass if I let her.

Her feeding schedule is virtue of the nausea, before she was sick she had access to dog food all the time and never overate. Afterword she needed many small meals stretched out over the day, keeps her feeling better, shes definitely getting enough food, thats not the issue.

Yup, all high quality stuff, since she was born, Orijen and Acana and now that shes on canned its Fromm Gold.

Her teeth were just cleaned and she had tonsilitis.
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Are you from Windsor-Essex? If so Id suggest going to the vet in London. They are some pretty caring ones out here that take the time

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