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  • #64267
    Gracie
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    gracie is being sick but more than usual, about 3 /4 times in the last 2 weeks, just small amount of yellow frothy bile, cant relate it to anything, maybe bones the last time she had had a bone the night before. Is it anything to worry about? Ava is on the move crawling pulling up and the furniture and of Gracie is the best thing in room possible stressy from Ava?

    #88001
    *Nat*
    Member

    Could be a bit of stress, I’m sure Sky gets this! If she’s been out somwhere new or in the car and has got a bit wound up she’ll come in have a drink then throw some of it up! Probably happened 2 or 3 times since we’ve had her. I’ve put it down to the fact that its all new to her, new surroundings, different routine etc. Nothing in the sick apart from water, unless she’d had a treat when we’ve got home then that’d come up too!

    Keep an eye on her, see how she goes  :-* The others might have different ideas  🙂

    #88002

    Honey often brings up yelow bile like that – its nearly ALWAYS when shes not had enough to eat empty tummy i think!!

    #88003
    Lisa33
    Member

    Nothing to worry about, mine always do it if they have been fed earlier or later than normal.  It’s just an empty tummy thing. :ok:

    #88004
    *Nat*
    Member

    Thinking about it yeah…. thats probably what it is with Sky  ::)

    #88005
    Val
    Member

    It is an empty stomach it’s the acids on stomach lining give her a biscuit it will stop it
    Val

    #88006
    Gracie
    Member

    ah we been slowly moving brekkie to later and tea later as well – so this prob why!
    Thanks Guys  :-*

    #88007
    Val
    Member

    Hope the tea is not to later  ;D

    [quote author=Gracie link=topic=15350.msg276618#msg276618 date=1283374063]
    ah we been slowly moving brekkie to later and tea later as well – so this prob why!
    Thanks Guys  :-*
    [/quote]

    #88008
    Gracie
    Member

    just about 30 – 45 mins, from 4 til  4.30 4.45. She tends to do it in the night, or morning before brekkie, she gets steals plenty of titbits from Ava, so if she had lots we cut down her tea alittle, as she not getting as much free running exercise as she once used to. might try bulking food out with veg and see how she goes.

    #88009
    Val
    Member

    I would try giving her a Bonio to go to bed with you may fine that is enough.
    Val

    [quote author=Gracie link=topic=15350.msg276627#msg276627 date=1283375025]
    just about 30 – 45 mins, from 4 til  4.30 4.45. She tends to do it in the night, or morning before brekkie, she gets steals plenty of titbits from Ava, so if she had lots we cut down her tea alittle, as she not getting as much free running exercise as she once used to. might try bulking food out with veg and see how she goes.
    [/quote]

    #88010
    Lisa33
    Member

    Val’s right, I used to have to give mine a bed time biscuit, this would always see them through until the morning.  ;D

    #88011
    Diesel73
    Member

    Wow, my boys eat very late than, we eat in the morning at 7.00-8.00, at 12.30 (snack for the boys) and in evening at 19.00-20.00 in summer but about 18.00-19.00 in winter.

    #88012
    Gracie
    Member

    4pm that is diesel, not am ;D, she would have to feed herself at that time, about 7am ish in the morn
    will try a bikkie before bed, thanks all :-*

    #88013
    Diesel73
    Member

    Even 4 pm is ‘earlie’ for my boys, as we eat between 6-8pm at night. Depending on the season  😉 .

    (boys charing their master’s weekend nightsnacks like pizza at 12 am not included  :whistle: )

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