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Did Amber go home with any medications?
OK. I would not expect her to have GI upset so suddenly 2 days after her surgery. This may just be coincidence.
Did she get any unusual foods or treats yesterday?
No. Only the normal on both counts
Good. What about foreign objects? Does she chew up toys or get into the garbage?
She has in the past but definitely not since Monday, she has only been out of someone's sight very briefly in 2 days. The vomit today was obviously yesterday's food with white foamy stuff,
And where on her body was the mass removed?
Her mathering is constant, and I have never heard her do it before
Based on everything that you've told me, I am worried that she has something unrelated to the mass removal and anesthesia. Since she is vomiting frequently, I do think we should move forward with diagnostic testing at this point.
I recommend having her evaluated by your regular vet. I would start with a physical exam and likely x-ray of her abdomen.
Thank you very much, she is booked into the vet for her op follow up tomorrow mornin, should I take her in emergency tonight?
I am worried since she is vomiting so violently and also because of the whining. I do recommend having her seen as soon as possible.
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She is also very cold, does that tell you something
Did you take her temperature? If you have a digital thermometer (don't use a mercury thermometer) you can take her temp rectally. Normal is between approx. 99.5F and 102.5F.
But her nose is still moist
Don't have one, sorry. She just feels really cold
That is concerning, but does not point me to a specific diagnosis.
Okay, I wll try to find an emergency vet. Thank you.