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Any of the changes that you describe could have started the vomiting. The chicken, the antibiotics, or the change to the R/D. Since the antibiotic has been completed I would give Lillie 24-48 hours for the GI upset to resolve. If the vomiting persists she needs to see her veterinarian for treatment and evaluation.
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