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My 10month old las Apso had very loose stools in the night

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My 10month old las Apso had very loose stools in the night and this morning and it was a grey colour. She has been sick approximately 5 times the only way I can say it looked like porridge and now it's just bile. What can you advise.thank you mrs p griffiths and my dog is Molly.
JA: I'll do all I can to help. The Expert will know how to help your dog. What is the dog's name?
Customer: Molly
JA: Is there anything else the Veterinarian should be aware of about Molly?
Customer: No
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You're through to Dr. Edele, a UK based vet.

I'm unable to take calls right now, however, I'm happy to chat with you through this chat window if that suits you?

How is Molly behaving/feeling in herself?

Could Molly have eaten something she shouldn't have?

When did Molly last eat?

Is Molly able to hold down water?

Customer: replied 5 days ago.
Sluggish and tail down. Not to my knowledge. Last night at 4pm . And yes she can hold her water
Customer: replied 5 days ago.
No thank you

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Ok, as she's unhappy and continuing to vomit despite not having eaten in almost 24 hours she should go see your vet for a full check-up and feel of her tummy. She likely needs some anti-sickness medicine to make her feel better.

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If you're unable to make an appointment for this afternoon, you can withhold food from her until she hasn't vomited for about 3 hours. Then she can be offered a tiny amount of bland food (boiled chicken and rice or scrambled egg (no milk) and sweet potato) and if she can hold that down she can have a little more an hour later. You could also give her some probiotic for her diarrhoea as her gut flora may be a little out of balance. Protexin's Prokolin is a good product for this.