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Hello, you are through to Dr Linda, a UK based vet.
I'm sorry to hear this and appreciate your concern for Harold.
When did this start?
Is he bloated or losing weight?
Are his gums pink and wet?
Is the food he is bringing up digested or does it look like it did when it went in?
Thank you, understood.
This sounds like regurgitation.
This can have several causes including a foreign body in the stomach (such as a string, plastic or hair tie), infection or physical obstruction due to e.g. a polyp or mass.
given the duration of the signs, a vet visit is advised right away.
They can examine Harold and check for dehydration or weight loss. They may also run some tests such as a blood test and imaging.
At home, offer small meals little and often from a slow feeder bowl. Chicken or white fish and rice is a good 'easy to digest' option.
Not at all and wishing Harold all the best.
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